How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

8. Attend Training

After you have nailed your audition, and Disney has offered you a position, you will need to attend mandatory training. Training lasts between four and five days. During those days, you’ll go through vocal training with a dialect coach, who will help you learn to speak with accents and even to mimic the voices of certain princesses. You’ll also learn about Disney’s expectations of you as you portray princesses in the parks. To maintain continuity among different girls portraying the same princess, you’ll also be taught the correct way to apply your make-up, depending on the princess’s look, and you’ll also learn to perfect the princesses’ autographs so that, for example, no matter who is playing Ariel in any place inside the parks, all “Ariel” autographs that little ones have in their autograph books look exactly the same.

7. Bring the Magic.

Bringing the Magic to kids and kids at heart is the main part of your role when you are playing the part of a Disney princess. You are tasked with bringing happiness to every Guest with whom you come in contact, whether that is at a scheduled character encounter, or while you are waving to a Guest from afar. No matter where you are, time of day or Disney park in which you’re greeting Guests, you’ll be one of many characters working to make children’s dreams come true, so you’ve got to maintain a positive mindset, have an uplifting mood and exhibit that to everyone around you. This makes it easier to share the Magic with everyone.

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