"She is literally the Polaroid of perfection She has everything and she'll give it to you in a second Looks can deceive, she wears her heart on her sleeve"
— China Forbes, "Ordinary Girl" (theme to Clueless)
The Spoiled Sweet character is a naive, spoiled, rich or comfortably (upper-)middle class girl who has everything she could ever want, but instead of being mean to everyone, she's as nice as can be to everyone. She's still spoiled, slightly naive, perhaps shallow, maybe even a bit selfish a times, but when it comes right down to it, she's a loyal friend and doesn't use her money or popularity as an excuse to treat everyone like garbage — though she is often Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense and makes errors out of ignorance.
A mild warning - the Spoiled Sweet card must be played carefully. If the writer isn't careful, she'll just wind up as a Canon Sue or a whiny, ditzy little brat and may even turn into the Alpha Bitch.
Differs from Jerk with a Heart of Gold in that she's always outwardly nice to begin with; if she's a Jerk with a Heart of Gold she doesn't belong here. Note that a Spoiled Sweet character doesn't have to be always nice to qualify, this kind of character is certainly prone to a selfish moment or two, or even a What the Hell, Hero? moment if her selfishness gets the better of her, but neither do just a few sweet moments count. Just being rich and not a jerk doesn't qualify her either.
A Sub-Trope of Idle Rich.
Compare with Lovable Alpha Bitch, Ojou, Princess Classic, and Uncle Pennybags. Contrast with Alpha Bitch, Spoiled Brat, Royal Brat, and Rich Bitch. Also contrast Lonely Rich Kid. If the Alpha Bitch does a Heel-Face Turn she'll usually become one of these.
She might become somewhat of an Aunt Pennybags when grown up. Also, if the Spoiled Sweet character loses her money and position, she'll be a Fallen Princess. Often end up becoming Royals Who Actually Do Something as adults.
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Anime & Manga
Chiyo from Azumanga Daioh is insanely rich, with a huge estate. She's also a preteen genius, going to high school when she's ten. Still, she's as sweet and cute as they come. One of the main things keeping her away from Insufferable Genius territory is that both she and her classmates are fully aware that she's a ten-year-old in high school, and thus more than a bit naive about "mature" things, like sex and sexuality. (See the infamous "Drunk Nyamo" scene for reference.) Not to mention the physical limitations of being a ten-year-old, especially when it comes to phys. ed.
Tomoyo Daidouji (Or "Madison", as Nelvanaprefers to call her). Even though she was rich and probably going to be a pro fashion designer, she liked being a sidekick to Sakura, giving her "super-hero" outfits and filming her adventures. She manages to be at ease anywhere, and to know every (non-magic) thing that's going on.
Tomoyo's mom Sonomi is a grown-up version of the trope. Complete with the whole "married below her station" deal, the reason Nadeshiko's relatives didn't like Sakura's dad. Sonomi and Nadeshiko's grandfather Masaaki make amends when they come to fully accept that Fujitaka made their Nadeshiko happy when she lived.
Mihoshi Kuramitsu from Tenchi Muyo! belongs to the ruling family of her homeworld. While often portrayed, at best, as a Bunny-Ears Lawyer, no one is sweeter than her with the possible exception of Sasami, who is another quality example of this Trope.
Elizabeth of the series Nanatsu No Taizai, despite being a princess from a powerful kingdom, is possibly the sweetest female character in the whole series.
Sailor Moon: Although he did spend some time in an orphanage (or in the live-action, under the care of the Kousaka family), Mamoru Chiba eventually claimed a large inheritance from his parents but is still a nice person who prefers hard work to get what he has. However, since we're seeing the story from Usagi's point of view and she's an Unreliable Narrator, he comes off as more of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold at that start. It actually depends on the continuity. He plays it straight in the manga, but in the anime he's seen once or twice holding part-time jobs, and while his apartment is rather nice, it's also very simple.
Meiko Akizuki from Marmalade Boy is a warm-hearted girl from a wealthy but troubled (and broken) family, is a member of the literature club and the student council of her school and is usually there for Miki's support when she's at her lowest points. And in the anime, she single-handedly fiances her and Miki's trip to America as a repaying of her support and to rekindle her relationship with Namura.
Code Geass: Princess Euphemia li Britannia, the third Princess of Britannia is sweet, kind and innocent, contrasting her sister Cornelia and the rest of her screwed-up royal family and she really wants to help people and to make everyone happy. She is also willing to get into dangerous situations in order to protect others.
Tsumugi "Mugi-chan" Kotobuki in K-On!. Her family owns the music instrument business that the group regularly shops from, a yacht, and at least three summer homes, with the two smallest ones being immense and gorgeous. In spite of this, she's very kind-hearted, always serving tea and cake every day when they meet and gets them huge discounts from the music store. She's shown several times to be eager to feel part of the group such as mixing her fries with the others at a fast food restaurant (a sign of acceptance in Japanese culture) or asking Ritsu to hit her (she felt that the physical altercations Ritsu had with Mio was a sign of their closeness). She's also eager to try out the places of "the common man", like fast food or the local hardware store.
One Piece: Princess Shirahoshi, who may not know a lot about the outside world, but is very kind to those she meets and is willing to sacrifice herself to protect her subjects.
Nogizaka Haruka of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu is unbelievably wealthy but still loves anime and gets a very average low class boyfriend. She's also the sweetest person in the series
Mimori Unyuu from Sket Dance is insanely rich (her house is a self-sufficient underground city), and when we see her dad, he spoils her rotten. Despite this, she's one of the nicest character in the series, and is always shown brightly smiling. She's definitely Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense, though...Her idea of a love confession is giving the other party a large sum of money.
Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Lynn Minmei doesn't appear to let her fame go to her head, and remains pretty down-to-earth. After the war's conclusion, she is known for giving charity concert tours to keep the people's morale up, even when the only payment they can offer is a few bags of groceries.
Macross Frontier: Sheryl Nome is popular, beautiful, rich, and she's used to being showered by adoration. On the other hand, it's clear that she always puts her fans first, and wholeheartedly encourages Ranka Lee to become a singer. Even when the latter's popularity begins to eclipse her own, she rarely shows any resentment toward Ranka, and the two remain good friends and often perform joint concerts together.
Karin from Medabots is the heiress to a family fortune, but she enjoys cleaning the school as a hobby, and because her butler keeps packing a 10-course meal, there's always plenty of food leftover, so she keeps sharing it with her classmates. She's also a Medafighter, but of a Medabot called "Neutranurse", whose specialty is healing! And to top it off, in terms of Karin's general demeanor she is one of the sweetest people in the series—sweet enough, in fact, that she's never actually lost a Robattle because nobody wants to beat her.
Princess Charlotte from Berserk is not only one of the few genuinely nice aristocrats in the series, but one of the sweetest characters in manga genre period. Though sheltered and a bit on the naive side, Charlotte is sweet and kind to just about anyone whom she encounters and never has a nasty thought about anyone.
Aria Shichijou from Seitokai Yakuindomo is so amazingly rich that her house contains a room made of solid gold, she forgets that regular staircases don't go automatically, and when she invites her friends to see some fireworks she means a personal fireworks show in her own back yard. She's also incredibly sweet and cheerful, with a big smile as her default expression, and happily hangs out with the much less wealthy rest of the cast (along with working as the student council's secretary and taking orders from Shino). She'd be a Proper Lady if she didn't share Shino's perverted sense of humor.
The Marvel Adventures version of Janet van Dyne is the only incarnation to be this from the very start. As we eventually find out, her father owns a major system of laboratories and a tech company to rival Stark Industries, but she's more comfortable with playing video games with Spidey, helping orphans in Africa, and taking out space threats with the Avengers than going to high society parties, and even went masked for the first dozen or so issues because she thought being publicly known as a superhero (something her counterparts in other realities have never had a problem with) would get in the way of her being able to actively do good.
Richie Rich is so wealthy his family owns two of everything money can buy. Still a nice kid with a generous heart. His parents are pretty decent types as well.
Pictured above: When first introduced, Charlotte "Lottie" LaBouff of The Princess and the Frog is shown to have her dad's wealth and influence as the un-crowned king of New Orleans completely under her thumb, and she gets anything she wants. She is a ditz with an obsession with becoming a Princess, but she is a remarkably sweet ditz and is Tiana's best friend. Early in the film she is throwing a lavish masquerade ball to snare the visiting Prince Naveen and hires Tiana to cook her delicious signature treats to help, since "the way to a man's heart is Through His Stomach." However, when Tiana ended up crashing into the table of treats and knocks them to the ground, Charlotte, rather than get annoyed at Tiana or demand that she bake a new batch, instantly realised it was a total accident, took her upstairs and got her cleaned up by lending her some of her (Charlotte's) own clothing. Before that, she was helping Tiana buy her restaurant by hiring her for the party without haggling the prices of the food. Charlotte's dream is to marry a prince, but she wants Tiana to have her dream, too, so she kisses Naveen the Frog Prince to turn him and Tiana human, even if he will not marry her. Her kiss ultimately fails to turn him human again, but she didn't know that at first.
Jenny in Oliver & Company. She has only a butler and a remarkably spoiled show-poodle for company on her birthday. Her wealth is obvious and it's clear she can have almost anything she wants, but what she really wants is a lovable companion.
Films — Live Action
Cher Horowitz from Clueless is nearly the Trope Namer. She's wealthy, stylish, and rules the school with an iron fist, but it's an iron fist tempered with sweetness. She even attempts to play matchmaker to a couple of nerdy teachers. The film is an updated version of Jane Austen's Emma, who was practically the Trope Maker.
Elle Woods from Legally Blonde. Shallow, rich, beautiful, and fashionable, yes, but also very sweet and fiercely loyal to her friends. When she goes to Harvard Law, she doesn't judge people who in turn judge her and presume she's a walking stereotype of dumb blonde. She later becomes friendly with several of them.
Phyllis Nefler (played by Shelley Long) from Troop Beverly Hills is a stereotypical spoiled Beverly Hills housewife who cares very much for the girls of the troop she leads. She is also genuinely heartbroken over the impending end of her marriage and her soon-to-be ex-husband's new girlfriend. When Velda, an enemy troop leader who has constantly put down and sabotaged Phyllis's troop, is injured and abandoned by her own troop during the Wilderness Girl Jamboree race, Phyllis and her troop carry Velda to the finish line.
Sandra from Stahlnetz: PSI has hundreds of Euro as pocket money, but still prefers to be nice and friendly, and rescues the other girl by The Power of Friendship.
Georgiana Darcy. Compare her to the rest of the family (especially her meddling and extremely annoying aunt Lady Catherine), and you find yourself wondering how she turned out so well. Elizabeth heard several times that she's extremely haughty and proud, but after they actually meet face to face, she concludes that Georgiana is actually extremely shy and sweet.
Jane Bennet. The Bennets aren't as wealthy as the Darcys, but they are a family of local social prominence and own a fair amount of land. Jane is the eldest, prettiest, and sweetest of the five daughters, loves and thinks well of everyone, and never has an unkind word cross her lips in the entire story.
Sara from A Little Princess. She is a bit clueless about people below her station at first, but she soon develops a very strong sense of compassion even before things all go to hell in a handbasket for her.
Sandrilene fa Toren of the Circle of Magic books is the most wealthy heiress in the Namorn empire, closely related to royalty in two countries, had rich parents who travelled around the world with her having fun all the time, and yet readily befriends those of lower social status, is determined to think well of them, and has such a sense of noblesse obliege that Empress Berenene plays off it in order to keep her from leaving the country out of loyalty to the tenants who work on her lands. Of course, she also has a few Well, Excuse Me, Princess! moments, but they all stem from wanting to do the right thing. Even her foster-sister remarks that she has "too good a heart".
In the Chilena novel Martín Rivas, the female lead Leonor's cousin Matilde is a very sweet, naive and kind young woman, and also the Uptown Girl to Martin's best friend Rafael. When Rafael is revealed to have had a child while in the rebound of the Parental Marriage Veto coming from Matilde's parents, poor Matilde is pretty devastated, but after Rafael's tragic death she bounces back and marriesLeonor's brother Agustín.
Louisa May Alcott's Eight Cousins and Rose in Bloom:
Rose Campbell, the main character, is very much this. In the first book, as a teenager, her best friend is the maid Phoebe, who she informally adopts as a sister, and then Rose gives up one of her holidays to help the housekeeper so that Phoebe can have a holiday instead. As an adult in Rose in Bloom, she's an heiress but deliberately limits her spending, refrains from conspicuous consumption, and puts serious effort into managing philanthropic enterprises rather than opting for the life of pure leisure she could afford.
Kitty Van Tassel is another well-off young lady, happy and cheerful though a borderline ditz. She genuinely cares for her boyfriend Steve and gets along well with everyone, and when Rose points out she's not the sharpest tool, Kitty seeks self-improvement.
Lara in Cheri Bennett's Life In The Fat Lane is best described as a failed attempt to create a Spoiled Sweet. Readers are expected to believe that Lara is a Lovable Alpha Bitch, while a character who acts the same way towards Lara after she gets fat is treated as a subversion of same. They both come off as equally condescending)]]. However, it's possible that she's intended to be an Unreliable Narrator.
In Artichoke's Heart, we have Kay-Kay, despite being blond, thin, pretty and popular, is friendly with the main protagonist, who is subjected to much teasing from the Alpha Bitch of the school.
Lady Sybil Ramkins, Vimes' wife from the Watch books of Discworld. Born to an extremely rich family, never lacked for anything, among the most highly connected families of Ankh-Morpork... but an extremely good-hearted, generous woman who opened a (mostly) charity hospital and runs a shelter for sick dragons. She's nice to everyone and still keeps up correspondence with her friends from school, which includes wives halfway across the continent in either direction.
Bertram Wilberforce "Bertie" Wooster of Jeeves and Wooster is Spoiled Sweet and an Upper-Class Twit. He may be an idiot, but he's one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. A lot of plots revolve around the fact that he'd do nearly anything to help a friend in distress, and his appreciation for his butler Jeeves is such that he'll often sacrifice something really important to himself if he thinks it will make Jeeves happy.
Madge Undersee of The Hunger Games is the mayor's daughter, Seam girl Katniss' Only Friend, and cares enough about Seam coal miner Gale to make Haymitch suspicious when she rushes through a snowstorm to bring him medicine. Katniss' Prep Team, Venia, Flavius, and Octavia, also are unbelievably shallow and foolish, but Katniss cannot bring herself to hate them (as she does most Capitol citizens) because she reasons they have no actual malice in them and simply don't know any better; they genuinely care about her very much, and are all three devastated when Katniss has to return to the Arena for the Quarter Quell in Catching Fire. The team go on to defect to District 13, where, despite being woefully ignorant and ill-equipped for a lifestyle so radically different from the Capitol, they do their best to adjust and get along. Madge and her family die in the bombing of District 12.
Maggie in the Newsflesh series. All she has to do is ask, and her extremely wealthy parents fall all over themselves to give her what she wants. She doesn't usually want a lot, normally being quite content with her isolated house (the parents do insist on a level of security normally associated with Presidents and so on, but keep it out of her way as much as possible), bad movie parties, rescuing miniature bulldogs, and blogging. When her friends need help, she treats them much as her parents treat her, lavishing attention and material aid on them without hesitation.
Live Action TV
Yoon Eun-suh from Autumn In My Heart, prior to the discovery that she was switched at birth. She's still sweet after moving in with her birth mom but she can no longer afford to be spoiled.
Glee: Sugar Motta is very spoiled, since her dad may or may not be in the mafia. She used to be a Jerk Ass, but softened up considerably during the latter half of the third season. She even paid the club's Regionals fees so they wouldn't have to worry about them.
"They always say "Don't worry about the small stuff. Well, one of the fun things about being rich is that everything is the small stuff."
Lady Sybil Crawley. Born into tremendous wealth, clearly the apple of the earl's eye and the favorite of her formidable older sister, Sybil never has a mean word for anyone, is interested in social justice and women's rights, and spends half the season helping one of the housemaids try to land her dream job.
Lady Cora, the earl's wife is the daughter of a self-made Midwestern magnate, so you might expect her to be charmless, crass, and selfish. Not so: she's eminently proper, graceful, and kind, doting on her daughters, showing genuine concern for her servants, and is probably one of the two most reasonable characters on the show.
Charlotte Grayson from Revenge. Her parents are the richest people around, and she's the sweetest thing ever. She can be wild and have an attitude at times, but the girl has her heart in the right place.
Callie Torres in Grey's Anatomy. In season 3, she is revealed to be living off a generous trust fund from her doting father. Though she has a rather fiery personality, she is usually unfailingly kind to just about everyone. Except Izzie. But Izzie did sleep with her husband.
Jo Grant of Pertwee-era of Doctor Who. She was a sheltered Cloudcuckoolander who only got her job because of nepotism, but she always tried her best anyway. She even showed flashes of competence Depending on the Writer.
Older Than Print: Kaguya-hime, the Shining Princess from the 8th or 9th-century Japanese Fairy Tale of the same name (or "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter"). Despite her adoptive parents lavishing their newfound wealth on her, she remains sweet and kind, and even though she demands impossible things of her suitors, it turns out she has a very good reason for wanting them to fail: She has to come back to the Moon when she's older, so she cannot have any real emotional bonds with Earth people other than her parents, and even then they can't go to the Moon with her until they're dead.
Super Mario Bros. has Princess Peachnote "Princess Toadstool" in North America and Europe until Super Mario 64. She's quite attractive, and judging by the fancy dresses she wears, the big castle she owns and the fact that she's a princess, she's probably stinking rich too. However, she's depicted as sweet, gentle and will do anything for her friends, and despite being so pretty and rich, she's in love with a chubby, short plumber.note Either that, or they are simply good friends, depending on who you ask. She's also willing to be nice to Bowser fairly often despite the numerous times he has kidnapped her.
Estelle from Tales of Vesperia, who had never left the imperial city (and possibly not even the palace!) and had only read about the other parts of the world, yet when she goes out and sees sick and injured people, her first response is using her Healing Artes on them.
Tales of the Abyss: Natalia usually acts princessy around the party, but after seeing the sick people in Akzeriuth, her first reaction is to help them with her Healing Artes. In fact, when Luke suggests that this "isn't their problem," she gives him the same look you'd give to someone who told you that fire is cold. IT is the reason that people of her nation are far more loyal to her than her father, and she is famous throughout the land for her philanthr
The Legend of Zelda: Cloudcuckoolander Agitha from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Princess of Bugs. She's got a lavish house, no day job (she's ten), an Impossibly Cool Dress, and spends Rupees like water — but she rewards Link with Rupees for bringing her golden bugs, her dear little friends, and appears to not have a malicious bone in her body. You can't help but like her. There is also the fact that she is one of the few humans in the game that isn't afraid of your wolf form because she doesn't see a wolf, she sees a very large puppy.
Tiffany Lords is the Dumb Blonde daughter of a millionaire businessman, but in return she's very cheerful and outspoken and she befriends the Japanese students quite faster than her Jerk Ass crush Roy. And when she happily hugs Hinata after she and Roy rescue her from Kurow in the Taiyo path of Project Justice, it's so cute.
Nalia d'Arnise of Baldur's Gate crosses this with Rebellious Princess, and as such is listed as Chaotic Good. She is a bit clueless and is by far the least street-wise party member in the game despite her own proclamations of spending lots of time in the streets, but she is genuinely well-intentioned and does try to be nice and understanding to the poor.
Bianca in Pokémon Black and White is sheltered by her parents and is a daddy's girl, but she's very open and friendly towards your character and Cheren, and is very eager to go out and try new things on her own. Considering that he lives in a fancy palace, is treated like a king, and is much more concerned with saving abused Pokémon from wicked humans than with his own interests, N very well qualifies.
Flora Reinhold from the Professor Layton games. As the only child of an eccentric baron, she's the rightful heiress of Impossibly Cool Wealth. She gives it up so that her Ridiculously Human Robot friends won't be shut down, and spends her time traveling around solving puzzles with Layton, who adopts her. She's the series personification of sweetness, and beloved by the rest of the cast; even resident villain Don Paolo has a soft spot for her. She has a bit of a Tsundere streak if left behind, but the implication is that she's just afraid of being left alone, and it's not hard to soothe her when she does get upset.
Rune Factory: Sofia from Rune Factory 3. Despite being a rich girl, she is probably the sweetest character in the entire cast with the possible exception of Innocent Flower Girl Shara. In fact, one of the reasons why she started speaking in opposite is so her very weird father wouldn't seem so weird. Another reason why Sofia speaks in opposites is so that she wouldn't have to tell people things that would put them down, such as Evelyn's...questionable taste in clothing that she designs. This is stated to actually be the reason she started, so that her lies become the truth.
The protagonist of the indie Vera Blanc games is strong-willed and snarky, but doesn't act like her wealth puts her above other people, and after surviving a deadly brain tumor, she dedicates herself to using her talents and resources to help people withunusual problems.
Star Wars: The Old Republic: Nadia Grell, the Consular's eventual Padawan, is the daughter of a Senator. Her dad loved her dearly and was willing to move galactic politics to find help for her (she's the first and only known Force Sensitive of her species). Nadia is aware of this, and struggles hard to win the approval of her dad (and the Consular). She is very sheltered and naive, but also generous and kind. Kindness, mercy, and generosity will win ridiculous amounts of approval from her.
Kotomi Ichinose from CLANNAD. Her parents are revealed to have been professors who studied the hidden world, she lives in a reasonably big house, and is super intelligent, but she is one of the nicest (and not to mention extremely naive) characters in the series.
Desiree DeLite is set up as a shopaholic, ditzy blonde who would leave Ron as soon as she realized that he was not loaded, but was instead so broke that he resorted to stealing to support her shopping habit. However, Desiree truly does love him, to the point of breaking into Luke Atmey's detective agency office and stealing a piece of evidence that would get Ron freed of thievery charges.
Regina Berry is similar. She's been raised to be so sheltered that she doesn't understand the concept of death and is so beautiful that Even the Girls Want Her, but she's very kind to everyone around her. Unfortunately her naivete leads her to do cruel things without knowing what she's done.
Hanners from Questionable Content - she has billionaire parents but has her own job and rarely takes advantage their money or influence; when she does it's generally for something nice or at least well-intentioned. In fact, she is appalled at many of the things her own mother (a Corrupt Corporate Executive who wouldn't be out of place as the villain in a James Bond film) does just because she can.
Marina Carniero from XDragoon is from an extremely rich and well-connected family and has her own gigantic RV. While she is somewhat shallow and manipulative, she is also loyal and helpful to her friends. She is especially so to Renata, who was helpful and friendly to her without knowing who she was.
Courtney Gripling came off as a spoiled sweet girl from the pilot episode. Courtney is a very friendly, nice person, and can be pretty quick to include the "unpopular" girls in whatever she's doing at the time. Though she's a self-proclaimed "snob", she's actually very nice. A lot of the time she's a better friend to Ginger than her so-called "BFF" Dodie, and it was usually Courtney's friend Miranda who egged her on toward more Alpha-Bitch-like deeds.
Macie is shown to live in quite a spacious house with a pool and plenty of comforts, being the daughter of two prominent psychologists. She's very shy and awkward but essentially good-natured and a much better friend to Ginger than Dodie.
Pops from Regular Show. While he doesn't really qualify for the "exceptionally attractive" part of the trope, he DOES come from an exceedingly wealthy family, and is incredibly sweet and kind to everybody. He also has a child-like fascination with everything, due to him living a sheltered youth. He's also the park manager, but never abuses his position of authority. He's a bit of a ditz, but he's an all-around nice, generous person.
Sissi in Code Lyoko, if given the chance (usually in dangerous, XANA-induced situations), and hopefully she'll stay that way in the end once the main group makes her their friend. As shown in the third season premiere/origin episode, she in fact started as one of these before the other kids in the group (particularly Ulrich) blew her off when she threatened to blow the whistle on Lyoko (out of concern rather than malice.) She then became the Alpha Bitch out of spite. Later she gradually reverted back to Spoiled Sweet.
Amy Wong from Futurama; her parents own half of Mars (the good half), but she's quite nice, in addition to being a ditzyklutz who always dresses like it's laundry day.
Stella from Winx Club is the Jerk with a Heart of Gold version. She's ditzy and spoiled and wants to date a prince, but she's always next to her friends when they need her and when the guy she likes turns out to just be a squire to a prince, she's more upset that he lied to her than for his lack of royal blood.
Rarity, a pony who is quite accustomed to the finer things in life and cannot tolerate any sort of fashion faux pas. Yet her defining quality is her generosity: she's willing to go to great lengths to help others even if you wouldn't suspect it at first glance and ruin her own carefully-planned look if it helps someone else. (It should be noted that Rarity, though she has the upper-class mannerisms, is not exactly spoiled or even particularly rich: she makes those elegant dressesherself!
Princess Cadence, the God Empresses' niece, is one of four known Winged Unicorns, and one of the nicest ponies in Equestria. The real one, that is; it's rather odd that no one but Twilight (whom she used to foalsit) noticed something was up when she was replaced by a bitchy Changeling.
Princess Celestia. Immortal God Empress of Equestria, revered by the entire population, lives in a fairytale palace surrounded by snobbish nobility. She takes the time to come to Ponyville for a social gathering in a local bakery (and playfully teases the proprietors to break their tension when they work themselves into a tizzy over her), joins Twilight and her friends in a doughnut shop after they ruin the Grand Galloping Gala, and grants crown land to a family of traveling seed merchants merely because they looked worn out from their itinerant lifestyle.
Twilight Sparkle. It's implied that her family are probably one of the elite class, and are well connected, as her brother is Captain of the Guard and they lived in Canterlot. But Twilight is much more interested in her studies, and is very content in the normal standards in Ponyville.
Minor character Zippoorwhill from "Filli Vanilli". She wears a Cool Crown, and wants the most popular band to perform at her cutecenera (a coming-of-age party that had previously only been celebrated by a Rich Bitch character.) Yet the present she loves most is the puppy she got from an animal shelter and even Fluttershy describes Zippoorwhill as sweet.
The Legend of Korra has Asami Sato. Despite her wealthy background, she is very polite and generous, allowing Mako and Bolin to stay at her mansion when the Pro-Bending arena is closed following the Equalist attack. Ultimately, Asami actually sides against her father, who is working with the Equalists, because she wants to do the right thing.
Apple White of Ever After High is incredibly polite and cheery to everyone, even the "villain" in her Fairy Tale, Raven Queen. She doesn't even flip out at Raven when she endangers the very fabric of their existence.
The Kids From Room 402: Jordan. She lives at a Big Fancy House (fancy enough to have a bowling lane and two pools - one inside and another one outside), has a butler but never shows off or belittles other people. In fact, she hides her wealth from her friends out of fear of how they'll react.