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16th Feb '17 6:24:56 PM FF32
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* The hierarchy of the Aristocrat Club in ''RuleOfRose'' ends in the Rose Princess, which is justified considering that these are young girls playing a long-winded game--obviously Princess sounds better to them than a Queen.

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* The hierarchy of the Aristocrat Club in ''RuleOfRose'' ''VideoGame/RuleOfRose'' ends in the Rose Princess, which is justified considering that these are young girls playing a long-winded game--obviously Princess sounds better to them than a Queen.
8th Feb '17 7:16:25 PM Eievie
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-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''', reviewing ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatTheMovie''

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-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''', -->--'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''', reviewing ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatTheMovie''



Notably, the word princess (and its distaff counterpart, prince) is derived from the Latin word "princeps", which means "first citizen". It was one of the titles of the Roman Emperor, and real life countries that continue to refer to their leaders as "Prince" (such as Monaco) use it in this context.

This is what we call Principality in real life! Small nations such as Andorra and Monaco are still led by a prince or princess.

Note: Queens (consort) who are the wives of regnant kings might be referred to as princesses. That does not fit this trope. Nor does [[UsefulNotes/ElizabethI a queen referring to herself]] [[SheIsTheKing as a prince]]. Only a princess ruling as a princess counts.

Contrast GodSaveUsFromTheQueen. Compare PoliticallyActivePrincess.

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Notably, the word princess (and its distaff counterpart, prince) is derived from the Latin word "princeps", which means "first citizen". It was one of the titles of the Roman Emperor, and Emperor. Some real life countries that continue countries--mostly dmall nations such as Andorra and Monaco--continue to refer to their leaders as "Prince" (such as Monaco) use it in this context.

context. This is what we call Principality in real life! Small nations such a ''principality'', as Andorra and Monaco are still led by opposed to a prince or princess.

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''king''dom.

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Queens (consort) who are the wives of regnant kings might be referred to as princesses. That does not fit this trope. Nor does [[UsefulNotes/ElizabethI a queen referring to herself]] as [[SheIsTheKing as a prince]]. Only a princess ruling as a princess counts.

Contrast GodSaveUsFromTheQueen. Compare PoliticallyActivePrincess. PoliticallyActivePrincess.






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* Plourr Illo of the ''Comicbook/XWingSeries'' is revealed to be the [[KingIncognito last, lost princess]] of her homeworld, the rest of her family being dead. At the end of ''Warrior Princess'' she is acclaimed as Empress Apparent-Heir - but in later comics she's called Princess or Princess of the Realm.

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* Plourr Illo of the ''Comicbook/XWingSeries'' is revealed to be the [[KingIncognito last, lost princess]] of her homeworld, the rest of her family being dead. At the end of ''Warrior Princess'' she is acclaimed as Empress Apparent-Heir - but Apparent-Heir--but in later comics she's called Princess or Princess of the Realm.



* This is discussed in ''FanFic/BadFutureCrusaders'' when Twitch, one of Lightning Dust's wingponies in the R.E.A.F., can't understand why Princess "[[AccidentalMisnaming Celestial]]" went by Princess instead of Queen.
--> '''Twitch:''' So what about Princess Celestial? She was top dog, so why weren't she a queen? Ain't that how it works? I mean, it's king or queen, then prince or princess, then uh... baron, I think...
--> '''Crimson Sky:''' You think too much about the wrong things, Twitch.
* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'', a crossover between ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' and ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'', pokes fun at the former's constant use of this trope -- while dimensional transplant Xenilla is able to wrap his head around Celestia and Luna both being princesses via the justification of them being co-rulers, he simply can't understand why Cadence is still called ''Princess'' even when she's ruling the Crystal ''Empire'', asking why she isn't an "Empress". And hilariously, when he points this out, no one is able to explain it to him; it seems it never crossed their minds as being odd. Doesn't stop him from constantly referring to Cadance as "Empress Cadenza" under the justification of "just because you guys got it wrong doesn't mean I have to."

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* This is discussed in ''FanFic/BadFutureCrusaders'' when Twitch, one of Lightning Dust's wingponies in the R.E.A.F., can't understand why Princess "[[AccidentalMisnaming Celestial]]" [[AccidentalMisnaming "Celestial"]] went by Princess instead of Queen.
--> '''Twitch:''' -->'''Twitch:''' So what about Princess Celestial? She was top dog, so why weren't she a queen? Ain't that how it works? I mean, it's king or queen, then prince or princess, then uh... baron, I think...
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'''Crimson Sky:''' You think too much about the wrong things, Twitch.
* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'', a crossover between ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' and ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'', pokes fun at the former's constant use of this trope -- while trope--while dimensional transplant Xenilla is able to wrap his head around Celestia and Luna both being princesses via the justification of them being co-rulers, he simply can't understand why Cadence is still called ''Princess'' even when she's ruling the Crystal ''Empire'', asking why she isn't an "Empress". And hilariously, when he points this out, no one is able to explain it to him; it seems it never crossed their minds as being odd. Doesn't stop him from constantly referring to Cadance as "Empress Cadenza" under the justification of "just because you guys got it wrong doesn't mean I have to."






* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbiePrincessCharmSchool'', the land of Gardenia is a kingdom, as late monarch Isabella [[spoiler: (Blair's biological mother)]] was called a queen. Still, her niece Delancy is supposed to sit on the throne while being called a princess.[[spoiler: When finally Blair is crowned instead of her, she is referred to as a princess rather than a queen by everyone, certainly to fit the movie's title.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbiePrincessCharmSchool'', the land of Gardenia is a kingdom, as late monarch Isabella [[spoiler: (Blair's [[spoiler:(Blair's biological mother)]] was called a queen. Still, her niece Delancy is supposed to sit on the throne while being called a princess.[[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When finally Blair is crowned instead of her, she is referred to as a princess rather than a queen by everyone, certainly to fit the movie's title.]]
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* In ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'', the ruling system is quite complicated. For one, there are several Queens, all sisters. Their daughters take over some of the rulership tasks. Ruling is something like a family business in which everyone takes part.

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* In ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'', the ruling system is quite complicated. For one, there are several Queens, queens, all sisters. Their princess daughters take over some of the rulership tasks. Ruling is something like a family business in which everyone takes part.



* The Rhoynar, including the ruling family of Dorne, are late additions to Westeros in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' compared to the Andals and the First Men, and continue to style their rulers "Princes" after the fashion of their original homeland in Essos. They were allowed to continue this tradition, as well as that of absolute primogeniture (the eldest child inherits regardless of gender), upon joining the Seven Kingdoms by marriage. It is therefore entirely possible, and presumably even common, in Dorne for a princess to rule in her own right, although as there has not yet been a ruling princess in-story, it's unclear whether she would continue to be called "princess" after coronation or styled [[SheIsTheKing "prince"]].
** The official guidebook ''A World of Ice and Fire'' confirms that in Dorne, princesses do rule. The most recent one was the mother of the current Prince Doran, and his own heir is his daughter Arianne, who sometimes rules for her father when he's away from the palace, which is quite often in recent years.

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* The Rhoynar, including the ruling family of Dorne, are late additions to Westeros in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' compared to the Andals and the First Men, and continue to style their rulers "Princes" after the fashion of their original homeland in Essos. They were allowed to continue this tradition, as well as that of absolute primogeniture (the eldest child inherits regardless of gender), gender) upon joining the Seven Kingdoms by marriage. It is therefore entirely possible, and presumably even common, in Dorne for a princess to rule in her own right, although as there has not yet been a ruling princess in-story, it's unclear whether she would continue to be called "princess" after coronation or styled [[SheIsTheKing "prince"]].
** The official guidebook ''A World of Ice and Fire'' confirms that in Dorne, princesses do rule.
right. The most recent one was the mother of the current Prince Doran, and his Doran. His own heir is his daughter Arianne, who sometimes rules for her father when he's away from the palace, which is quite often in recent years.



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* The hierarchy of the Aristocrat Club in ''RuleOfRose'' ends in the Rose Princess, which is justified considering that these are young girls playing a long-winded game - obviously Princess sounds better to them than a Queen.

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* The hierarchy of the Aristocrat Club in ''RuleOfRose'' ends in the Rose Princess, which is justified considering that these are young girls playing a long-winded game - obviously game--obviously Princess sounds better to them than a Queen.
23rd Jan '17 12:30:26 AM MsChibi
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As it says in EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses, occasionally in fiction, a princess is shown to be the absolute ruler of a realm, despite the fact that, logically, that would make her [[TheHighQueen a queen]]. There could be [[JustifiedTrope a few reasons]] ''why'' she hasn't been crowned queen, such as the realm is explicitly a principality, they are waiting until the princess comes of age (although historically this doesn't usually happen), or the princess is only acting ruler, as regent for an incapacitated monarch, or she's ruling a feudal fiefdom granted by and subordinate to her parents (who are still the reigning monarchs overall). However, in fiction-land, this set-up doesn't usually even get a hand-wave. The ruler just is a princess for [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses some inexplicable reason]]. Likely done to avoid associations with [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen evil queens]], as pretty young girls are less likely to be evil than older women.

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As it says in EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses, occasionally in fiction, a princess is shown to be the absolute ruler of a realm, despite the fact that, logically, that would make her [[TheHighQueen a queen]]. There could be [[JustifiedTrope a few reasons]] ''why'' she hasn't been crowned queen, such as the realm is explicitly a principality, they are waiting until the princess comes of age (although historically this doesn't usually happen), or the princess is only acting ruler, as regent for an incapacitated monarch, or she's ruling a feudal fiefdom granted by and subordinate to her parents (who are still the reigning monarchs overall). However, in fiction-land, this set-up doesn't usually even get a hand-wave. The ruler just is a princess for [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses some inexplicable reason]]. Likely done to avoid associations with [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen evil queens]], as pretty young girls are less likely to be evil than older women.
women. (It tends to be a popular trope in works by and for little girls still in their {{Princess Phase}}s.)
18th Jan '17 8:43:04 PM NOYB
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* This would seem to be the case with Princess Mithian from ''Series/{{Merlin}}''. She arrives in Camelot for an ArrangedMarriage to KingArthur, with no sign or mention of either parent. When Arthur breaks off the engagement because he's still in love with Guinevere, he gives her full rights to the lands that were in dispute between their kingdoms, at which point Mithian says: "I would give up ''my own'' kingdom to be so loved." Presumably, she's the ruler of her own kingdom, but is still refered to as a princess. When she returns to the show in series 5, her background is expanded on and it's revealed that she had a father the whole time. However, the example still stands, as when she first appeared the writers had no plans to bring her back again, nor gave any indication of her parentage. For that one episode at least, she was a straight example of this trope.

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* This would seem to be the case with Princess Mithian from ''Series/{{Merlin}}''. She arrives in Camelot for an ArrangedMarriage to KingArthur, with no sign or mention of either parent. When Arthur breaks off the engagement because he's still in love with Guinevere, he gives her full rights to the lands that were in dispute between their kingdoms, at which point Mithian says: "I would give up ''my own'' kingdom to be so loved." Presumably, she's the ruler of her own kingdom, but is still refered to as a princess. When she returns to the show in series Series 5, her background is expanded on and it's revealed that she had a father the whole time. However, the example still stands, as when she first appeared the writers had no plans to bring her back again, nor gave any indication of her parentage. For that one episode at least, she was a straight example of this trope.
18th Jan '17 8:41:54 PM NOYB
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* Princess Glisselda becomes acting monarch and regent in {{Literature/Seraphina}} after her grandmother becomes incapacitated.

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* Princess Glisselda becomes acting monarch and regent in {{Literature/Seraphina}} ''{{Literature/Seraphina}}'' after her grandmother becomes incapacitated.
18th Jan '17 8:40:54 PM NOYB
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Notably, the word princess (and its distaff counterpart, prince) is derived from the Latin word "princeps", which means "first citizen". It was one of the titles of the Roman Emperor, and real life countries which continue to refer to their leaders as "Prince" (such as Monaco) use it in this context.

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Notably, the word princess (and its distaff counterpart, prince) is derived from the Latin word "princeps", which means "first citizen". It was one of the titles of the Roman Emperor, and real life countries which that continue to refer to their leaders as "Prince" (such as Monaco) use it in this context.
5th Jan '17 7:18:13 AM Adept
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* Inverted male example. Belshazzar, referred to as the King of Babylon in Literature/TheBible book of Daniel, even though he was never officially enthroned as king (a separate ancient text called ''Nabonidus Chronicle'' called him "the crown prince") and was only serving as a temporary ruler while his father, King Nabonidus, was away. As such, Belshazzar was only able to offer the position of "third ruler in the kingdom" to the person who can give interpretation to the handwriting to the wall, because he's not actually the highest authority figure and would not have been able to give "the second highest authority in the land", as was the case with [[Literature/BookOfGenesis Joseph and the Pharaoh[[.

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* Inverted male example. Belshazzar, referred to as the King of Babylon in Literature/TheBible book of Daniel, even though he was never officially enthroned as king (a separate ancient text called ''Nabonidus Chronicle'' called him "the crown prince") and was only serving as a temporary ruler while his father, King Nabonidus, was away. As such, Belshazzar was only able to offer the position of "third ruler in the kingdom" to the person who can give interpretation to the handwriting to the wall, because he's not actually the highest authority figure and would not have been able to give "the second highest authority in the land", as was the case with [[Literature/BookOfGenesis Joseph and the Pharaoh[[.Pharaoh]].
5th Jan '17 7:17:50 AM Adept
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* Inverted male example. Belshazzar, referred to as the King of Babylon in Literature/TheBible book of Daniel, even though he was never officially enthroned as king (a separate ancient text called ''Nabonidus Chronicle'' called him "the crown prince") and was only serving as a temporary ruler while his father, King Nabonidus, was away. As such, Belshazzar was only able to offer the position of "third ruler in the kingdom" to the person who can give interpretation to the handwriting to the wall, because he's not actually the highest authority figure and would not have been able to give "the second highest authority in the land", as was the case with [[Literature/BookOfGenesis Joseph and the Pharaoh[[.
2nd Jan '17 4:18:45 PM Pichu-kun
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* Cornelia and Euphemia of ''Anime/CodeGeass'' both reign as Viceroys of Area 11 on behalf of their father, the Emperor, and it's shown that they're given pretty broad authority to rule as they see fit. [[spoiler:In the second series, Nunally also briefly becomes one, at least until Lelouch's rebellion finally succeeds. And averted in the finale, as Nunally is elevated to the rank of Empress [[FridgeLogic despite being near the bottom of the line of succession]].]]
** [[spoiler:Considering her brother Lelouch usurped the throne and became Emperor and died without any heirs, that would make her next in the line of succession.]]

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* Cornelia and Euphemia of ''Anime/CodeGeass'' both reign as Viceroys of Area 11 on behalf of their father, the Emperor, and it's shown that they're given pretty broad authority to rule as they see fit. [[spoiler:In the second series, Nunally also briefly becomes one, at least until Lelouch's rebellion finally succeeds. And averted in the finale, as Nunally is elevated to the rank of Empress [[FridgeLogic despite being near the bottom of the line of succession]].]]
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Considering her brother Lelouch usurped the throne and became Emperor and died without any heirs, that would make her next in the line of succession.]]



* In the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga, the Inner and Outer Senshi are revealed to have been the princesses (and also appear to be the main rulers) of their respective planets. This is somewhat offset, and possibly explained, by the fact that they are subordinate to Princess Serenity.

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In the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga, the Inner and Outer Senshi are revealed to have been the princesses (and also appear to be the main rulers) of their respective planets. This is somewhat offset, and possibly explained, by the fact that they are subordinate to Princess Serenity.






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* Princess Ozma from the [[Literature/LandOfOz Oz]] books.
** There's no consistent title for the ruler of Oz, so this could actually mean that she's a princess as a ''fairy'' rather than a princess of ''Oz''. We don't see enough of other fairies to be sure.

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Princess Ozma from the [[Literature/LandOfOz Oz]] books.
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''Oz'' books. There's no consistent title for the ruler of Oz, so this could actually mean that she's a princess as a ''fairy'' rather than a princess of ''Oz''. We don't see enough of other fairies to be sure.






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* This would seem to be the case with Princess Mithian from ''Series/{{Merlin}}''. She arrives in Camelot for an ArrangedMarriage to KingArthur, with no sign or mention of either parent. When Arthur breaks off the engagement because he's still in love with Guinevere, he gives her full rights to the lands that were in dispute between their kingdoms, at which point Mithian says: "I would give up ''my own'' kingdom to be so loved." Presumably, she's the ruler of her own kingdom, but is still refered to as a princess.
** When she returns to the show in series 5, her background is expanded on and it's revealed that she had a father the whole time. However, the example still stands, as when she first appeared the writers had no plans to bring her back again, nor gave any indication of her parentage. For that one episode at least, she was a straight example of this trope.

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* This would seem to be the case with Princess Mithian from ''Series/{{Merlin}}''. She arrives in Camelot for an ArrangedMarriage to KingArthur, with no sign or mention of either parent. When Arthur breaks off the engagement because he's still in love with Guinevere, he gives her full rights to the lands that were in dispute between their kingdoms, at which point Mithian says: "I would give up ''my own'' kingdom to be so loved." Presumably, she's the ruler of her own kingdom, but is still refered to as a princess.
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princess. When she returns to the show in series 5, her background is expanded on and it's revealed that she had a father the whole time. However, the example still stands, as when she first appeared the writers had no plans to bring her back again, nor gave any indication of her parentage. For that one episode at least, she was a straight example of this trope.






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* Princess Zelda in some, but not all ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' games and adaptations, notably ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Ocarina of Time]]'' (Either the king is alive (child timeline), or he gets killed and Zelda must hide from the BigBad (adult timeline)), as well as ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'' ([[AllThereInTheManual supplementary material]] says she was about to be crowned queen before everything started going to hell). The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' manual also refers to her as "queen", for what it is worth.

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Princess Zelda in some, but not all ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' games and adaptations, notably ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Ocarina of Time]]'' (Either the king is alive (child timeline), or he gets killed and Zelda must hide from the BigBad (adult timeline)), as well as ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'' ([[AllThereInTheManual supplementary material]] says she was about to be crowned queen before everything started going to hell). The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' manual also refers to her as "queen", for what it is worth.



** ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'' plays it straight with numerous returning princesses.

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** ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'' plays it straight with numerous returning princesses. Zelda is treated as TheHighQueen and interviews even call her queenly, however she is still only called a "princess".



* [[Videogame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Soleanna]] is a duchy, and Princess Elise's father is referred to as the Duke of Soleanna. Elise, despite being the ruling monarch, is referred to as Duchess precisely once. [[DubInducedPlothole In the Japanese dialogue]].

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* [[Videogame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Soleanna]] ''Videogame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'': Soleanna is a duchy, and Princess Elise's father is referred to as the Duke of Soleanna. Elise, despite being the ruling monarch, is referred to as Duchess precisely once. [[DubInducedPlothole In the Japanese dialogue]].



* Averted in ''{{Fallout 3}}'', where the children of Little Lamplight reject the reign of Angela, who proclaims herself a princess after being elected mayor and is removed after only five minutes.

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* Averted in ''{{Fallout ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', where the children of Little Lamplight reject the reign of Angela, who proclaims herself a princess after being elected mayor and is removed after only five minutes.






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* Explained and excused in ''WebOriginal/DeviantartExtendedUniverse''. The land they inhabit is intentionally made a principality so the newly appointed Princess Emerald of Gem World does not have to give up her title.
** Later becomes a ''co-principality'' when her sidekick, [=Antisapien=] the Christian Dinosaur is appointed as prince. His role is more of a mayor than a prince, being a direct surveyor of the land and how the people are working on DA-Land.

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\n* Explained and excused in ''WebOriginal/DeviantartExtendedUniverse''. The land they inhabit is intentionally made a principality so the newly appointed Princess Emerald of Gem World does not have to give up her title. \n** Later becomes a ''co-principality'' when her sidekick, [=Antisapien=] the Christian Dinosaur is appointed as prince. His role is more of a mayor than a prince, being a direct surveyor of the land and how the people are working on DA-Land.



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* Princess Bubblegum from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime.''

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
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Princess Bubblegum from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime.''rules over her kingdom. Interestingly, a tie-in comic about time travel shows her as "Queen Bubblegum" in the future. What exactly causes this change of title is uncertain.



** Interestingly, a tie-in comic about time travel shows her as "Queen Bubblegum" in the future. What exactly causes this change of title is uncertain.



* Princess Celestia and Princess Luna from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' are the rulers of Equestria (the first by day, the second by night), with no attempt to lampshade Equestria as a principality. (WordOfGod says this is due to ExecutiveMeddling: little girls think princesses are good but [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen queens are evil]].) This is also an ExaggeratedTrope since their power is close to that of deities, and their responsibilites include keeping the sun and moon rising and setting.

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* Princess ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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Celestia and Princess Luna from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' are the rulers of Equestria (the first by day, the second by night), with no attempt to lampshade Equestria as a principality. (WordOfGod says this is due to ExecutiveMeddling: little girls think princesses are good but [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen queens are evil]].) This is also an ExaggeratedTrope since their power is close to that of deities, and their responsibilites include keeping the sun and moon rising and setting.



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