TikTok: Princess Posers Pulled from Disney Park

Disney Princesses
Disney Princesses Credit: @_disney._stuff_

Disney Fanatics can be, well, fanatic. From collecting pins and stuffed animals to getting tattoos of their favorite character, Disney Fanatics are known to be very creative when it comes to expressing their passion for the entertainment giant’s IP. And, like other fandoms, that includes cosplay.

Whether one is at Comicon, D23, or just scrolling through the internet, Disney Cosplayers are in abundance. Many of which will invest thousands of dollars into to transform into as close to an official Disney princess as they can. This reporter has seen several Disney Princes as well, especially in pairs like Peter Pan and Tinkerbell, Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana, Prince Eric and Princess Ariel, Prince Charming and Princess Cinderella, and Prince Phillip and Princess Aurora/Briar Rose.

Prince Naveen and Tiana

But there are a few places fans are NOT allowed to cosplay, and that is at the Disney Parks themselves. And it appears a few Walt Disney World Guests learned that answer the hard way.

Tiktok user @_disney._stuff_ shows a group of young women getting kicked out of Magic Kingdom Park because of their attire. We see Princess Ariel, Princess Jasmine, Princess Aurora (AKA Briar Rose), Rapunzel, Princess Belle, Cinderella, and Miss Jane Porter.

It should be noted that the “pretend” Disney princesses were acting very proper. However, as the Cast Member explains, their outfits go against Disney World policy. 

Watch the full video here: 


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According to the Walt Disney World Website,

“Engaging with Guests or impeding operations while posing as or portraying any character in costume” is listed among the Resort’s prohibited activities.

Disney then goes further to specify, “Costumes may not be worn in our Theme Parks, Water Parks, or ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex by Guests ages 14 or older.”

The simple reason for this policy is so little kids don’t get confused as to who are the “real” Disney Princesses, Princes, and other Disney Characters.


Credit: Disney

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However, Disney allows guests to pay homage to their favorite Disney fairytale royalty in other ways. Disneybounding, for example, is a very popular way for Guests to rock Disney Prince or Disney Princess-inspired outfits that are obviously themed but in no way confuse the untrained eye. Disney also allowed Guests to wear their costumes for extra-ticketed Halloween parties like Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

Disney’s Bibbiti Bobboti Boutique has been a Disney World staple transforming little girls into their favorite Disney princesses, but that experience remains unavailable due to extended covid restrictions.

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

Credit: Disney

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Disney Fanatics can stream their favorite Disney Princess movies right now on Disney Plus.

About T.K. Bosacki

Born and raised in Tampa, Florida, TK Bosacki is a professional writer, amateur adventurer, and lifelong Disney Fanatic. His Disney Park days include Space Mountain, Tower of Terror, Kilimanjaro Safaris, and Nomad Lounge. He believes in starting at the Canada pavilion (IYKYK), and the Monorail is superior to all Ferry Boats.

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