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Disney Princesses Receive Myers-Briggs Personality Types

Personality quizzes and quizzes about beloved Disney characters are always popular ways to combine entertainment with education — after all, Disney fans can learn a little bit about themselves while learning which Disney princess they’re most like — and one website has just paired Disney princesses with their respective Myers-Briggs personality types!

The British News Post has categorized Disney princesses based on the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types in the classification system, and some of the results for the ‘Disney princess cast’ might surprise you! According to the website, “there are a total of 16 MBTI¬ģ personality types, with each one detailing how an individual perceives and interacts with the world, as well as whether they are an introvert or an extrovert. These personality types can be used to reveal new aspects of a character or reinforce their signature traits”, much like an enneagram classification does.

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‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ starring Kelly Marie Tran, Gemma Chan, and Awkwafina Credit: Disney

The site categorized Raya from the 2021 movie Raya and the Last Dragon¬†as an ESFJ, saying that “ESFJs are highly conscientious individuals who highly value their friends and family, and do their best to provide for them. Comprehensive and capable in their duties, ESFJs strive for harmony, making this the perfect type for Raya”!

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Megara in ‘Hercules’ Credit: bustle.com / Disney

The analysis included several often-forgotten Disney heroines who might not have made the official Disney princess list, including Megara (who received an ISTP classification), Esmeralda (ISFP type, due to her feisty independence), and Atlantis: The Lost Empire character Kida (who was classified as an ENTP due to her intelligence).

Some of the more famous Disney princesses also received personality types. Princess Aurora from the 1959 Disney movie Sleeping Beauty¬†is apparently an official Disney princess who is also an INFP due to her “curiosity” and her “sweet” nature. The ‘little mermaid’ Ariel was labeled as an ENFP due to her enthusiastic approach to life, while seafaring heroine Moana’s determination and empathetic nature made her an ENFJ.

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Elsa from ‘Frozen’ and ‘Frozen II’, voiced by Idina Menzel Credit: Disney Princesses

A more “reserved” Disney princess, Elsa, is apparently an INTJ — and the good-humored but feisty heroine Merida would apparently be an ESTP! Plenty of the other classic Disney princesses were also given Myers-Briggs personality types (including Belle, Mulan, Cinderella, and Princess Jasmine). More modern official Disney princesses like Tiana and Rapunzel were also included!

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Rapunzel, voiced by Mandy Moore in Tangled. Credit: Disney

To read the full article and see all of the classifications for each Disney princess, click here! Are you familiar with the Myers-Briggs system?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!