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[[caption-width-right:350:Now they can both be princesses!]]

->''"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"''
-->-- '''[[Music/PinkMartini China Forbes]]''', "Ordinary Girl" (theme to ''Series/{{Clueless}}'')

The Spoiled Sweet character is a naive, spoiled, rich or comfortably upper class or upper middle class girl, who has everything they could ever want, but instead of being mean, she is as nice as can be to everyone. While still spoiled, slightly naive, perhaps shallow, maybe even a bit selfish at times, when it comes right down to it, she is a loyal friend and doesn't use her money or popularity as an excuse to treat everyone like garbage -- though the trope RichInDollarsPoorInSense is in play, especially since a particularly common sticking point is that characters of this type often believe their friends and other loved ones deserve to live just as well as they do.

A mild warning to prospective writers - the Spoiled Sweet card must be played carefully. If the writer isn't careful, they'll just wind up as a CanonSue or a whiny, ditzy little brat and may even turn into CondescendingCompassion.

Differs from JerkWithAHeartOfGold in that she's always outwardly nice to begin with; if she's a JerkWithAHeartOfGold she doesn't belong here. Note that a SpoiledSweet 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 WhatTheHellHero 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 good baseline description would be a friendly character who's quite accustomed to getting her way, even insistent upon it, but is willing to take "No" for an answer if getting her way means hurting others.

A SubTrope of IdleRich. Almost always overlaps with NiceToTheWaiter.

Compare with LovableAlphaBitch, {{Ojou}}, PrincessClassic, and UnclePennybags. Contrast with AlphaBitch, SpoiledBrat, RoyalBrat, and RichBitch. Also contrast LonelyRichKid. If the Alpha Bitch does a HeelFaceTurn she'll usually become one of these.

She might become somewhat of an [[UnclePennybags Aunt Pennybags]] when grown up. Also, if the Spoiled Sweet character loses her money and position, she'll be a FallenPrincess. If she's a princess, she'll likely become one of the RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething as an adult.


%% * Sketcher's brought us the spokes-cartoon-girl for Twinkle Toes shoes.

[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* Chiyo from ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' is from a rich family, with luxurious house on a big section. She's also a preteen genius, going to high school when she's ten. Still, she's as [[CheerfulChild sweet and cute as they come]]. One of the main things keeping her away from InsufferableGenius 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.
* Princess Charlotte from ''Manga/{{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. This, being [[SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids Berserk]], makes her a perfect MealTicket for [[ManipulativeBastard Griffith.]]
* ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'':
** Tomoyo Daidouji (Or "Madison Taylor", as Creator/{{Nelvana}} [[{{Macekre}} prefers 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. [[spoiler:Sonomi and Nadeshiko's grandfather Masaaki make amends when they come to fully accept that Fujitaka [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy made their Nadeshiko happy when she lived]].]]
%% ** Li Meiling, once you go through her SpoiledBrat facade. She even [[spoiler:agrees to let Syaoran go so that he can be happy with Sakura.]]
%% ** Nadeshiko, Sakura's mother. She was from a wealthy family, but she was kindhearted and sweet. She also married a poor schoolteacher, against her family's wishes.
%% ** Syaoran's sisters comes from a loaded family, but are total sweethearts, if a little [[GenkiGirl energetic]].
%% * Nozomi from ''Chance Pop Session''.
%% * Mimi from ''{{Chocomimi}}'' is a variant. She is spoiled by her parents, especially her father, but her family isn't wealthy.
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': Princess Euphemia li Britannia, the third Princess of Britannia, is sweet, kind and innocent, contrasting her older sister Cornelia and the rest of her screwed-up royal family, and she really wants to help people and to make everyone happy, including the non-Britannian citizens suffering under her monarchy's institutionalized racism. She is also willing to get into dangerous situations in order to protect others.
%% ** Shirley]] Fennette, a NaiveEverygirl and [[TheIngenue an Ingenue]].
%% ** A student of Ashford, Milly, even if her family isn't as affluent as it once was.
%% ** [[IllGirl Nunnally]]
* Mimi from ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'' has to grow into it, but once she does, she handles herself beautifully. It's probably one of the reasons for her Crest of Purity (Sincerity in the dub).
%% ** AvertedTrope: On the other end of the scale is GuestStarPartyMember Martina, a PrincessInRags.
%% * ''Anime/DokiDokiPrettyCure'': Alice Yotsuba. Just... don't get on her bad side.
* Relena Darlian from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' has all the right elements to be a proper SpoiledBrat or AlphaBitch (rich and famous family, most popular girl in school, very beautiful)... but instead she's sweet, friendly, charismatic, smart, and clever. As with most Creator/{{Sunrise}} girls, it went FromBadToWorse, but [[PluckyGirl she hangs on and grows all the stronger for it]]. [[spoiler:And even when she learns that she's adopted, she stops Mrs. Darlian from [[TellMeAboutMyFather telling her about her past]] by hugging her, crying and asking her to never stop being her mother.]]
%% * Tsuruya from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', a rather loyal and cheery friend to the SOS Brigade who lives in an impressive BigFancyHouse.
%% * ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'':
%% ** Konoka Konoe. She is extremely rich and was raised in a BigFancyHouse, but is a really sweet girl.
%% ** Ayaka Yukihiro seems to be a RichBitch, but later we see that it's more of a JerkassFacade.
%% ** While we don't learn about her rich family till near the end, Chizuru Naba counts as well. Family owning a Conglomerate, her goal in life is working in a daycare.
* Tsumugi "Mugi-chan" Kotobuki in ''Manga/KOn'' 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.
* [[TheOjou Arisa and Suzuka ]]from ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' are both best friends with Nanoha, although Arisa used to be a {{Jerkass}} until Nanoha performed her first [[DefeatMeansFriendship befriending]]. Suzuka especially, since she's the one who suggested that they deliver presents to and spend time with Hayate in the hospital so she wouldn't be alone on Christmas Eve.
* ''Anime/{{Macross}}'':
** ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'': 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. That said, she's human enough to get frustrated and pull a TenMinuteRetirement.
** ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'': 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.
* Meiko Akizuki from ''Manga/MarmaladeBoy'' 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, [[spoiler:she single-handedly finances her and Miki's trip to America as a repaying of her support and to rekindle her relationship with Namura.]]
%% ** Suzu Sakuma is more of a SpoiledBrat, but doesn't reach RichBitch extremes.
* Karin from ''VideoGame/{{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.
* Elizabeth of the series ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'', despite being a princess from a powerful kingdom, is possibly the sweetest female character in the whole series.
* Nogizaka Haruka of ''LightNovel/NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu'' is unbelievably wealthy but still loves anime and gets a very average low class boyfriend. She's also the sweetest person in the series.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** 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.
** Pre-Timeskip, we have Princess Vivi Nefertari. Princess to a desert kingdom, she is one of the most selfless and kind-hearted individuals in the series, even teaching Luffy about the responsibilities as captain, such as humility.
** Kaya. Sole heir to a wealthy family, but a very kind-hearted girl and a childhood friend of Usopp.
%%* Hermione from ''Anime/RomeoXJuliet''. [[spoiler:Until [[{{Yandere}} she snaps]] [[BreakTheCutie after quite a bit of emotional repression.]] She returns to being one after she gets better, though.]]
* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'': Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury, the daughter of a doctor, lives in a large house, and can casually brush off one of her mother's diamonds being smashed. She is still a compassionate, friendly, polite girl who wants to follow in her mother's footsteps and help people.
%%% ** Michiru/Neptune and Haruka/Uranus (who live in a rather impressive penthouse)
%%% ** Rei/Mars (daughter of a famous politician)
%%% ** Hotaru/Saturn (her home seems to be a BigFancyHouse.)
* Shiika of ''Manga/SandChronicles'' is the beautiful and delicate daughter of a rich and prestigious family and has plenty of admirers. However she's a good and cheerful kid who likes helping out and making lots of friends - in particular she's Ann's best friend and worries a lot about her. It's also because of how overprotective her parents and servants are over her that she's very unaware of the more cynical side of life and struggles to cope when she unexpectedly gets herself into bleak situations.
* Aria Shichijou from ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'' 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 ProperLady if she didn't share Shino's perverted sense of humor.
* [[TheOjou Mimori Unyuu]] from ''Manga/SketDance'' 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 RichInDollarsPoorInSense, though...Her idea of a love confession is giving the other party a large sum of money.
%% ** Elicia Hughes. Her father is extremely doting, and she's friendly and nice.
* Mihoshi Kuramitsu from ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' belongs to the ruling family of her homeworld. While often portrayed, at best, as a BunnyEarsLawyer, ''no one'' is sweeter than her with the possible exception of Sasami, who is another quality example of this Trope.
* Seikan Girls' Academy, the setting of ''LightNovel/ShominSample'', is an ElevatorSchool secluded in the mountains where the daughters of the rich and famous are educated to become {{Yamato Nadeshiko}}s. As such, the entire student body is Spoiled Sweet by design. An EstablishingCharacterMoment comes in the first chapter when a group of girls have their first experience with Kimito's mobile phone. Reiko Arisugawa leans forward and politely greets the person on the other line. When the line abruptly disconnects, the girls wonder if she's ill, consider writing a condolence letter, only for Reiko to take charge and insist they pray that the person on the phone be able to finish whatever business pulled them away without problems.
* Karen Kujou from ''Manga/KiniroMosaic''. Her family is incredibly rich, to the point where her home in Japan (which is not even her primary home) is the largest "apartment" building in town. However, she's also the most fun, friendly, energetic and (rightfully) popular girl in the series.
* Tachibana "TSF" Sylphynford of ''Anime/HimoutoUmaruChan''. Despite being rich as Holy hell and having a rather intense competitive streak with [[TheAce Umaru]], she's a complete sweetheart to pretty much everyone around her. Even Umaru herself.
* Momo Yaoyorozu of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' comes from a wealthy family. She is kind, well-mannered, and ready to lend her classmates a hand even as she struggles with confidence issues of her own. At her very worst, Momo is InnocentlyInsensitive, making comments that exploit her wealth while oblivious to how much greater it is relative to everyone else. Fortunately, her classmates realize she isn't ''trying'' to show off and she's so sincere otherwise that they can't get mad at her over it.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
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* In the ''Comicbook/{{Gothtopia}}'' BatFamilyCrossover, the "[[LotusEaterMachine perfect world]]" version of Charise Carnes/Daybreak. Her ditziness and occasional sense of entitlement sometimes rubs her crimefighting partner [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl}} Barbara Gordon/Bluebelle]] the wrong way, but Babs knows that her heart is in the right place. (In the regular Gotham City, Carnes is a murderous RichBitch [[VigilanteMan Vigilante Woman]] called Knightfall and pretty much Batgirl's ArchEnemy.)
* The ComicBook/MarvelAdventures 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.
%% * Egyptian Princess Theti-Cherie from the Belgian comic ''Papyrus''.
* ComicBook/RichieRich 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.
%% * Richie's Star Comics counterpart ''ComicBook/RoyalRoy'' is Richie Rich as royalty.
%% * Cornelia from the comic version of ''ComicBook/{{WITCH}}'' is one of these, though in the cartoon version she's just a AlphaBitch [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold With A Heart Of Gold]].
%% * ''ComicBook/YokoTsuno'':
%% ** Yoko, as her family has a BigFancyHouse in Okinawa and her dad's a famous professor.
%% ** Cecilia.
%% * It's [[DependingOnTheWriter inconsistent]] however Veronica Lodge from ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' is often portrayed as one of these.
%% * ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}'': Monina Papino, daughter of mafia boss Giorgio Papino, and briefly a LoveInterest for Jaime. She clearly isn't very happy about the former, though:
%%-->'''Monina:''' I'm tired of being the daughter of an Italian mafioso! That only happens in the movies!

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Jasmine in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''. She is the daughter of a wealthy Sultan but is very kindhearted and compassionate. She is sweet to everybody, and her life is shown to be grand and sumptuous, although she somewhat resents her [[GildedCage sheltered life]], causing her to sneak out of the palace. She gives a hungry boy an apple, though having never had to deal with money, she steals it, getting into trouble. After she's saved by Aladdin, a poor but altruistic thief, she soon falls in love with him, unbothered by the fact that their two social statuses couldn't be further apart.
* Jenny in ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. 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.
* Pictured above: When first introduced, Charlotte "Lottie" [=LaBouff=] of ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' is shown to have her dad's wealth and influence as the un-crowned king of UsefulNotes/NewOrleans 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 throws 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 ThroughHisStomach." However, when Tiana crashes 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 realizes it was a total accident, takes her upstairs and gets 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. [[spoiler:Her kiss ultimately fails to turn him human again, but she didn't know that at first.]]
* [[MafiaPrincess Fru Fru]], the beloved daughter of local crime lord Mr. Big, is as spoiled and pampered as they get, but she is always jolly, friendly and can be considered one of the nicest characters in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''. In fact, she even [[spoiler:saves Judy's life by asking Mr. Big not to "ice" her and Nick Wilde, to pay Judy back for saving her life earlier in the movie.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretLifeOfPets'', Gidget is owned by a very well off couple who pamper her like a princess, and is one of the sweetest characters in the film.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'', Duke the husky was a show dog and is implied to have been a very pampered pet before he got kicked to Trash Island alongside all of Megasaki's dogs. Nonetheless, he's one of the friendliest and most optimistic dogs in Chief's pack.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
%% * Collins Tuohy from ''Film/TheBlindSide''.
* Cher Horowitz from ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' is 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 Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}'', who was practically the [[TropeMakers Trope Maker]].
* Elle Woods from ''Film/LegallyBlonde''. Shallow, rich, beautiful, and fashionable, yes. However, she's also very sweet, fiercely loyal to her friends, and smart enough to get into law school. When she goes to Harvard Law, she doesn't judge the 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 ''Film/TroopBeverlyHills'' 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, [[spoiler: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 ThePowerOfFriendship.
* Ursula Stanhope, the wealthy heiress, in the film adaptation of ''Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle'', who is a sweet, kind woman compared to her harsh, status-obsessed mother.
%% * Allegra in ''Film/{{Hitch}}''.
%% * Kay in ''Film/MildredPierce''.
%% * Dinky in ''Film/SydneyWhite''.
%%* Ali from the original ''Film/TheKarateKid''

* Catherine Linton (Cathy 2) from ''Literature/WutheringHeights'' starts out as a narrator-identified Spoiled Sweet. Of course, that's before [[CompleteMonster Heathcliff]] gets his claws into her...
* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'' has Cullen Moorland, the son of a noble family. In a world where boys are almost routinely spoiled because they are very rare (about one boy born for every ten girls), he could be a SpoiledBrat, but manages to avoid this - in contrast to other people of the same social standing, he doesn't look down on Jerin, who is only landed gentry, but is all excited to meet someone new. He has a very happy and bubbly personality, and tends to spontaneously hug his sisters when they do something nice for him. He envies Jerin his freedom, having genuinely no idea at all how much work people poorer than him have to do every day.
* ''Literature/BrideOfTheRatGod'': Christine Flint (aka [[StageName Chrysanda Flamande]]) is a rich and famous movie star. While she has aspects of TheDitz and does care about looking good, she's neither vain, nor spoiled. She helps her friends and family out, at least in ways she thinks is the right way. This includes taking off [[PrettyInMink the fur coat she's wearing]] and letting Nora wear it, when Christine notices she's getting cold (even though Christine's wearing even less otherwise than Nora).
* Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}'': Miss Emma Woodhouse is an UnbuiltTrope. Emma is a young woman of landed gentry in the position to behave like a RichBitch, is spoiled by her doting father and her loving governess, but she also has a happy disposition, loves her family and friends, and treats servants and people of lower social standings really well. She is charitable to the poor, but doesn't have romantic ideas about them. She befriends a young orphan Harriet for whom she intends to find a suitable match. However, Emma is prone to attitude: she doesn't consider a young farmer who is in love with Harriet good enough and she actively separates the couple, though she does it with good intentions and her heart tells her she's not being fair. Quite realistically, she cannot be sweet to everyone: she doesn't like Jane Fairfax and really dislikes the insufferable Mrs Elton, but tries to be polite to them. She finds some of her neighbours tiresome, but treats them with compassion and respect. She rarely slips and is rude or unkind, but whenever that happens, she repents deeply.
* Miss Rosamond Oliver from ''Literature/JaneEyre'' is a spoilt girl who knew nothing but indulgence from her family, but she's never jerkish or proud to anyone, and treats Jane, a poor teacher with little connections, like a friend (even though Jane is a bit distant towards her). At one point Rosamond simply gushes about Jane's education and accomplishments.
* Sara from ''Literature/ALittlePrincess''. 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.
%% * As often as Creator/MegCabot uses the AlphaBitch trope, it's only natural a few sweets fall into place.
%% ** Lucy from ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl''.
%% ** Lulu from ''Literature/{{Airhead|Series}}''.
* Being a princess with little knowledge of ordinary life, Sisi, from ''[[Literature/WindOnFire Slaves of the Mastery]]'', is by all standards quite spoiled, but she also has an incredibly sweet nature and is unwilling to hurt anyone. Then she [[TookALevelInBadass takes a massive level in badass]].
* Sandrilene fa Toren of the ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' 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 [[spoiler: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 WellExcuseMePrincess 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 [[BetaCouple also]] the UptownGirl to Martin's best friend Rafael. [[spoiler:When Rafael is revealed to have had a child while in the rebound of the ParentalMarriageVeto coming from Matilde's parents, poor Matilde [[BreakTheCutie is pretty devastated]], but after Rafael's tragic death she bounces back [[SecondLove and marries]] [[KissingCousins Leonor'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 Phebe, who she informally adopts as a sister, and then Rose gives up one of her holidays to help the housekeeper so that Phebe 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 [[TheDitz 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 LovableAlphaBitch, while a character who acts the same way towards Lara after ''she'' gets fat is treated as a [[SubvertedTrope subversion of same]]. They both come off as ''[[NotSoDifferent equally]]'' condescending. However, it's possible that she's intended to be an UnreliableNarrator.
* 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 AlphaBitch of the school.
* Tina Hakim Baba from ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' is another example; she ThinksLikeARomanceNovel due to reading them so much, befriends Mia when the latter loses Lilly as a friend in Book One, and remains {{The Pollyanna}}. She also donates her allowance to Lilly's show, to help fund it.
%% * Ky Vatta of ''Vattas War'' starts off as having a reputation for being Spoiled Sweet despite her ability to prove herself in a tough MilitaryAcademy.
* Lady Sybil Ramkins, Vimes' wife from the Watch books of ''Literature/{{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.
* Madge Undersee of ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' is the mayor's daughter, but she's also friends with lower class people like Katniss and Gale, to the point that Haymitch is suspicious when she rushes through a snowstorm to bring Gale 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''. [[spoiler: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]].
* The ''Literature/ChaletSchool'' books: There's [[MoralityPet Robin]]. While Joey does have a tendency to baby her even when she's older and less delicate, it doesn't have a bad effect on Robin's personality at all - in fact, she grows into a kind, sensitive teenager with a strong sense of right and wrong, who acts as a CoolBigSis to Daisy Venables.
%% ** Princess Elisaveta; she might be a princess, but she's not stuck up at all and makes plenty of friends.
%% * Lila Fowler in some of the ''Literature/SweetValley'' books. However, with so many ghostwriters, the characterisation does vary from book to book.
%%* Kismine Washington from Creator/FScottFitzgerald's novella "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" is this trope meets ConditionedToAcceptHorror. Her [[TheIngenue utter innocence and guilelessness]] makes the story all the scarier.
%% Half-context example: it doesn't mention her personality.
%% * ''Literature/HansBrinkerOrTheSilverSkates'': Hilda Van Gleck behaves as Spoiled Sweet towards Hans and Gretel, unlike the two others rich girls in the story [[RoyalBrat (Rychie and Katrinka).]]
%% * Cedric Errol in ''Little Lord Fauntleroy''.
* Maggie in the ''Literature/{{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, [[TeamMom she treats them much as her parents treat her]], lavishing attention and material aid on them without hesitation.
* Lissa Dragomir from ''Literature/VampireAcademy'' is rich but not conceited or arrogant. She is generally kind-hearted and loving. She is also friendly and generous with Rose, while most other royals treat their guardians as servants.
* Dagny Taggart and Francisco d'Anconia of ''Literature/AtlasShrugged'' were born obscenely wealthy, but their fathers taught them both growing up that merit had to be earned. Thus, they grew up never thinking that their wealth or family names made them superior to others and considered Eddie Willers, the lower-class son of Taggart employees, their equal and included him as their playmate in everything as if it were the most natural thing in the world.
* Alice Adair in ''Literature/SuperPowereds'' quickly becomes this. Being the daughter of a Fiction500 father, she has been raised in high society, although her father was more interested in business than his own daughter, and her mother died when she was little. All her social interactions come from dealing with the servants and others like her. She is genuinely surprised (and, eventually, relieved) that things don't work that way in college. Nick quite rightly nicknames her "Princess" early on, and keeps using the nickname after she mellows out. Despite her distrust of Mary's telepathy, Alice makes a genuine effort to make friends with her and eagerly helps her prepare for her first date. She ''can'' be pragmatic, such as during the Labyrinth challenge, when she appears to partner with Sasha only to stun her a few seconds later. She does, however, point out that Sasha was about to do the same. In fact, when she joins her father for dinner with another businessman and the man's daughter, she feels a little out of her elements, having forgotten the backstabbing ways of debutantes.
* ''Literature/TheHeartsWeSold'': Most of the students at Brannigan, a fancy, expensive boarding school, qualify, but Dee's roommate Gremma most of all. She doesn't judge Dee for her financial situation, and invites her to go with her on expensive vacations in hopes of cheering her up.
* In ''Literature/{{Madicken}}'', Madicken is brought up in a privileged upper middle class household, and her family belongs to the upper crust of their small town. But still, she has been taught by her BourgeoisBohemian father to treat all people the same and have sympathy for the less fortunate. So she's not above being in love with their charming but poor neighbor Abbe, despite that his father is a [[TheAlcoholic hopeless alcoholic]]. And she also defends her poor class mate Mia against the mean head-master and later becomes friends with her.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Yoon Eun-suh from ''Series/AutumnInMyHeart'', 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.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Sugar Motta is very spoiled, since her dad [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial may or may not be in the mafia]]. She used to be a {{Jerkass}}, 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."''
%% * ''Series/{{Cheers}}'':
%% ** Kelly Gaines.
%% ** Diane Chambers, noting that her father even built her "an elaborate rec room".
%% * The Governor's daughter from ''Series/{{Benson}}''
%% * Jenny Swanson from ''Series/TheHardTimesOfRJBerger''. It's one of the few examples of "the Veronica" in a BettyAndVeronica love triangle who is far more likeable than "the Betty" character, Lily.
%% * Serena van der Woodsen on ''Series/GossipGirl''.
* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'':
** Lady Sybil Crawley. Born into tremendous wealth, clearly [[DaddysGirl 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 first series helping one of the housemaids try to land her dream job. She ends up marrying the Irish Catholic and socialist chauffeur, Branson, giving up the chance at a life of luxury to follow her heart.
-->'''Lord Grantham:''' [[LetMeGetThisStraight I cannot use my library because one of the housemaids is in there applying for another job]]?
-->'''Sybil:''' That's about the size of it.
** Lady Cora, the earl's wife, is the daughter of a [[SelfMadeMan 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.
* Sheffield sisters Maggie and Grace from ''Series/TheNanny''. They live on Park Avenue with their multimillionaire father, but crave affection more than material things. Their nanny Fran helps them see the fun of "simpler" joys like Chinese takeout and horror movies, and they love her in return.
* Charlotte Grayson from ''{{Series/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 ''Series/GreysAnatomy''. 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. [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg Except Izzie.]] But Izzie did sleep with her husband.
* [[{{Characters/DoctorWhoClassicSeriesCompanions}} Jo Grant]] of Pertwee-era of ''Series/DoctorWho''. 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 DependingOnTheWriter.
%% * Dallas Royce on ''Series/{{Suburgatory}}''.
* From the Japanese drama version of ''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', the main character Seira of ''Series/ShokojoSeira'', being NiceToTheWaiter and always kind and patient to anyone she meets, even those who are rude, cruel and love to KickTheDog.
* Desi Beggins of ''Literature/TheSaddleClub'' is almost, if not moreso rich than Veronica, but according to Melanie and Jess...
--> '''Melanie and Jess:''' She gives us smiles, hugs and love, she's not like Veronica at all.
* ''Series/{{Snobs}}'': Abby Oakley comes from a well-off family but doesn't consider herself superior to the Ferals. In fact, she's a friendly girl in spite of her mother's position and arrogance.
* Tahani in ''Series/TheGoodPlace'' comes from a wealthy and very well-connected family, and had the stereotypically British StiffUpperLip attitude drilled into her, but is kind and well-meaning. [[spoiler: Subverted. As it turns out, her efforts for charity were motivated by a craving for attention, rather than any desire to help others.]]

[[folder:Oral Tradition]]
* OlderThanPrint: Kaguya-hime, the Shining Princess from the 8th or 9th-century Japanese FairyTale 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: [[spoiler: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.]]

* Princess Amneris of ''Theatre/{{Aida}}'' is the daughter of Radames, the Pharaoh of ancient Egypt. As such, she's the wealthiest woman in the country, with legions of slaves to cater to her and an insanely full wardrobe (her introductory song is all about her love of fashion). But despite having everything a young woman in ancient times could want, she's a decent person who treats her slaves, and especially Aida, with kindness. By the end of the musical, [[spoiler:she's grown enough as a person to become a peaceful and just pharaoh herself]].
* ''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance'' has the [[MassiveNumberedSiblings many, MANY adoptive daughters]] (wards in Chancery) of Major-General Stanley. As the children of a high-ranking military man, they have a life of ease and privilege--in their opening scene, they skip through the mountains while their servants carry a picnic lunch for them. But despite their wealth, they're gentle girls who are more excited at the prospect of dipping their bare feet in the ocean (a huge deal in the late nineteenth century) than lavish meals. The Stanley Sisters also demonstrate a powerful [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Sister Instinct]] when Frederick takes an interest in Mabel.
* Mrs. Arlington in Caryl Churchill's ''Theatre/{{Owners}}'' is described as a very young woman, about twenty, who is well dressed, well bred, with the good nature of someone who has never met difficulties or been disliked. Deconstructed because she is as nice as possible, but Lisa, who is forced to lodge in their luxurious house, still thinks Mrs. Arlington is insufferable and intolerable. Lisa is jealous of her beauty, her carelessness, and how easy her life is compared to her own family's struggles.

[[folder:Video Games]]
%% * ''VisualNovel/KiraKira'':
%% ** Sarina is far from shallow.
%% ** MafiaPrincess Midori who has her problems, too.
%%* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''
%% ** Clarine's beloved older brother Klein, who ''[[WhatTheHellHero calls out]]'' Clarine about how spoiled she is in their supports, is this through and through.
%% ** L'Arachel is like this too, mixing it with GenkiGirl and LargeHam.
%% ** Priscilla of Carleon and Louise the Lady of Violets from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword]]'', though in Louise's case [[RagsToRiches she was actually a peasant girl who married into a VERY noble clan.]]
%% ** Eliwood, Lyn, Hector, Sigurd, Lachesis, or Roy. While there is a quantity of Rich Bitches or Bastards around, there's also quite a bit of noblemen and noblewomen with kinder dispositions in your parties. Especially if they're the main characters of the games.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' has Princess Peach.[[note]]"Princess Toadstool" in North America and Europe until ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''.[[/note]] 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 willing to do anything for her friends, and despite being so pretty and rich, she's in love with a chubby, short plumber. She's also willing to [[GoKartingWithBowser be nice to Bowser fairly often]], despite the numerous times [[DamselInDistress he has kidnapped her]].
* Estelle from ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'', 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.
* ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'': 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 and for her philanthropy.
%% * Marle, aka [[RebelliousPrincess Princess Nadia]], of ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger''. She's had a sheltered life and is used to getting her own way, but she's also very friendly and often surprisingly humble, deliberately downplaying her own rank while praising the abilities of her teammates.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'':
** The Deku Princess from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask''. She can boss around her own father and intimidate her subjects like a typical spoiled princess, but she's still a nice girl who went out of her way to [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething brave a dangerous dungeon to cure the swamp of its poisonous water]] and only lashed out at her father and subjects because they were about to punish an innocent person. She also lacks the FantasticRacism of the other Deku Scrubs; while they will only let fellow Deku Scrubs into the palace and are implied to be eager to punish the monkey in part for being a non-Deku, she is a close friend and ally of the monkey who also politely refers to Link as "Mr. Link" regardless of [[VoluntaryShapeshifting what form he takes]].
** {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Agitha from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', Princess of Bugs. She's got a lavish house, no day job (she's ''ten''), an [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes 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 ''[[FluffyTamer puppy]]''.
** Zelda from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword''. Although she's not a princess this time around (what with the game predating the founding of the Kingdom of Hyrule), she's still the daughter of Knight Academy headmaster and ''de facto'' leader of Skyloft Gaepora, with the spoiled and privileged position that would imply. Among the "spoiled" things she has done include throwing a tantrum as a child over Link being able to bond with the unique Crimson Loftwing and pushing him off the edge of Skyloft under the assumption that he's lying about being unable to call his bird. In fact, due to her lacking the heavy responsibilities that future rulers of Hyrule would have, she's actually more spoiled than she would be if she ''was'' a princess. She's nonetheless an empathetic character who goes into BullyHunter mode when Groose is bullying Link and [[JumpedAtTheCall immediately springs into action to explore the various temples on the Surface]] when informed of the important role she must play in defeating the demonic hordes.
* ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'':
** Tiffany Lords is the DumbBlonde daughter of a millionaire businessman, but she's very cheerful and outspoken and she befriends the Japanese students quite faster than her {{Jerkass}} crush Roy. And when [[spoiler:she happily hugs Hinata after she and Roy rescue her from Kurow in the Taiyo path of ''Project Justice'']], it's so cute.
** Yurika Kirishima seems to be a sweetheart, but is only pretending and is actually TheMole for her SmugSnake brother Kurow. Thanks to a BecomingTheMask process, she becomes the real deal and has a HeelFaceTurn.
* Nalia d'Arnise of ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' crosses this with RebelliousPrincess, and as such is listed as ChaoticGood. 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 ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' 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 [[spoiler:lives in a [[GildedCage fancy palace]],]] is treated like a king, and is much more concerned with saving abused Pokémon from [[HumansAreBastards wicked humans]] than with his own interests, N very well qualifies.
* Flora Reinhold from the ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' games. As the only child of an eccentric baron, she's the rightful heiress of [[Fiction500 impossibly cool wealth]]. She [[spoiler:gives it up so that her RidiculouslyHumanRobot 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, volunteering to be her escort in a dangerous situation. 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.
* ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'': Sofia from ''VideoGame/RuneFactory3''. Despite being a rich girl, she is probably the sweetest character in the entire [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters cast]] with the possible exception of InnocentFlowerGirl 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.
%% ** Selphy from ''VideoGame/RuneFactoryFrontier'' is heavily implied to be a runaway princess. She's also very cheerful and amiable.
%% ** Electra from ''VideoGame/RuneFactoryOceans'', though her household isn't as rich as it once was by the time you meet her.
%% * ''VideoGame/BackyardSports'': The Webber twins.
* The protagonist of the indie ''VideoGame/VeraBlanc'' 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 [[WeHelpTheHelpless help people with]] [[OccultDetective unusual problems]].
%% * The ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' series:
%% ** Lumina from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'' and ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS'' is rich and beautiful, and although she has her bitchy moments, she is ultimately a good, sweet person.
%% ** Sherry from ''Grand Bazaar'' looks a little shallow and carefree being the daughter of the mayor, but is a very nice girl.
%% ** Sabrina from ''Island of Happiness and Sunshine Islands'' is the daughter of the island's millionaire, but is beautiful, sweet and kind.
* Kloe Rinz (alias Princess Klaudia von Auslese) from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky'' is a kind, supportive girl who just so happens to be the next in line to the throne of Liberl. She was raised in the palace, never wanting for anything and given the rich lifestyle you'd expect, but as soon as she was able, she ran off to be a normal student at Jenis Royal Academy. She's always one of the first to lend a hand when needed, is a strong WhiteMage in gameplay, and only wants to take up her duty as future queen because she wants to help her people, something Kloe doubts she can accomplish. In a scene in ''SC'', Estelle assures Kloe that it's because she worries so much that she'll be a great ruler, contrasted with her uncle [[RoyalBrat Duke Dunan]].
* ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'': 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.
* Elise, in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons'', starts out as an almost stereotypical RichBitch. However, if her friendship events are completed, she grows to have greater respect for farm life and the hard work of her servants, and mellows into this trope instead. If the player character is male and marries her, it's in full force.
* Mii Koryuji from ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''. Despite her hotheaded and selfish demeanor, she's a pretty friendly and cheerful girl and also happens to care for her allies, as shown in Chapter 37 of the game when she consoles [[VideoGame/SakuraWars Ogami]] when he thinks [[NotNowWereTooBusyCryingOverYou the party members died being catapulted]] into the [[VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia Tarqaron]].
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'''s Cream the Rabbit is the only known character in the games to have a parent alive, Vanilla, and it's stated in a games bio that Vanilla spoils her daughter. Cream however, is the sweetest, most polite and gentle girl you'd ever likely to meet in this universe.
* ''VideoGame/FateExtra'': The ''Nasuverse's'' take on Emperor Nero of Rome is a teenage girl who acts this part. Nero is hilariously arrogant, vain, and haughty... but at the same time equally generous and kind, wanting to do everything in her power to see her citizens safe and happy. One character bio describes her as being filled with love for her people... and she doesn't always realize that such feelings are not necessarily reciprocated. This came to a head during the Great Fire of Rome, which Nero wasn't responsible for at all and even organized a very efficient rescue force to save as many of her citizens as she could; unfortunately, Nero then innocently made the mistake of building her personal theatre, the Domus Aurea, over the burnt land, which made her look ''horrible'' in the eyes of the people and caused them to blame her for the fire. Her terrible reputation today was caused by her royal upbringing leading her to express her generosity in the worst possible ways.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* Kotomi Ichinose from ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}''. Her parents are revealed to have been professors who studied [[spoiler: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.
* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'':
** Desiree [=DeLite=] is set up as a shopaholic, ditzy blonde who would leave Ron as soon as she realized [[spoiler: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 [[spoiler: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 [[spoiler:the concept of death]] and is so beautiful that EvenTheGirlsWantHer, but she's very kind to everyone around her. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her naivete leads her to do cruel things without knowing what she's done.]]
%% * Tomori Hinomiya from ''VisualNovel/YuminaTheEthereal'' grew up in the lap of luxury, but is a very kind, gentle and affable girl. [[SpoiledBrat Her brother Rei on the other hand...]]

* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'':
** [[GenkiGirl Feferi Peixes]] She's the heir apparent to a violent intergalactic civilization, and her [[RaisedByWolves lusus]] is a telepathic EldritchAbomination that's bigger than most cities. The BlueAndOrangeMorality of her species dictates she should therefore become a ruthless conqueror like [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen the Condesce]], but she plans to reform society to become equal and abolish the FantasticCasteSystem. All of her friends are technically beneath her, but she's nevertheless [[RoyalBrat Eridan]]'s MoralityPet and briefly dates [[MoodSwinger Sollux]]. She even manages to [[spoiler:convince the eldritch Horrorterrors to create a safe afterlife for she and her dead friends in [[TheGamePlaysYou Sburb]]]].
** Downplayed with [[{{Deuteragonist}} Jane Crocker]]. She's certainly friendly and kind, and the heiress to the Betty Crocker baked goods fortune, but otherwise lives a normal, suburban, middle-class life. [[spoiler:[[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy Betty Crocker and the Condesce are the same person]].]]
* Hanners from ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' - she has billionaire parents but has her own job and rarely takes advantage of 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 CorruptCorporateExecutive who wouldn't be out of place as the villain in a Franchise/JamesBond film) does just because she can.
* Marina Carniero from ''Webcomic/{{X Dragoon}}'' 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.
%% * Beatrice Whaley in ''Webcomic/TheDreamer''. "Bea" seems to have it all; she's seventeen year old, a high school senior; she's beautiful, wealthy and the star performer of the drama club. %%%Missing context: How is she sweet?
%% * Mia from ''Webcomic/DomainTnemrot''.
* Alice of ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare'' has been raised in seclusion as a protegée of country's immortal ruler, provided with everything (apart from people her age). However, she is extremely nice to everyone, instantly accepts Edith, even though Edith's not supposed to be there, and Alice stands up to FantasticRacism directed at her new friend.

* Franchise/{{Barbie}} plays this up to ParodySue levels in ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse''. She has a giant dream-house with an exaggerated walk-in closet that stores thousands of clothes. Still she's very friendly and sweet and everyone loves her, except for Raquel.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'':
** 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.
* Jasmine in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' the animated series. She's one of the only two Disney Princesses who grew up as a princess (the other being [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]]). Her life is especially shown to be grand and sumptuous, and she is sweet to everybody.
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', Princess Yue is extremely kind, despite her position as the daughter of the Northern Water Tribe's chieftain (and being the polar opposite of Eska, who is the chief's daughter in ''The Legend of Korra''.)
* Most of the female cast of ''WesternAnimation/BeverlyHillsTeens'' are all rich and can buy anything. Larke is the kindest and most willing to help others, with the other girls showing it to various degrees (Bianca showing the least).
* Sissi in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', if given the chance (usually in dangerous, XANA-induced situations), and hopefully she'll stay that way in the end once [[spoiler: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.
%% * ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'':
%% ** Brittany has been known to go into this trope when she wasn't TheDitz.
%% ** Stacy from the Fashion Club.
%% * Beebe Bluff from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''. Her friends had to explain to her what being "broke" meant.
%% * Frida Suarez from ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre''.
* Apple White of ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'' 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.
* Amy Wong from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''; her parents own half of Mars (the good half), but she's very nice and friendly with the Delivery Express crew, in addition to being a [[TheDitz ditzy]] [[CuteClumsyGirl klutz]] who always dresses like it's laundry day.
* Goldie in ''WesternAnimation/GoldieGoldAndActionJack'' is "the world's richest girl", but she doesn't hesitate to help others (particularly if it means also stopping bad guys). She's even willing to pay for things before asking Jack to (but has to anyway, since she forgets to bring cash with her).
%% * Allison "Allie" Underhill of ''WesternAnimation/KaijudoRiseOfTheDuelMasters''.
%% * Zoe Trent from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012''.
* Lola Bunny in ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow''. She is from a rich family, but is ultimately a genuinely kind person, even if her bottomless stupidity and insanity makes it harder to appreciate.
%% * Minotoro from ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha''.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** Princess Cadence, the [[GodEmperor God Empresses']] niece, is one of four known {{Winged Unicorn}}s, 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 [[{{Doppelganger}} Changeling]].
** Princess Celestia. Immortal [[GodEmperor 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.
** Minor character Zippoorwhill from "Filli Vanilli". She wears a CoolCrown, and wants the most popular band to perform at her cutecenera (a coming-of-age party that had previously only been celebrated by a RichBitch character.) Yet the present she loves most is the puppy she got from an animal shelter and even Fluttershy describes Zippoorwhill as sweet.
%% * Lola Mbola from ''WesternAnimation/{{Robotboy}}''.
* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'': Daphne was made into one of these in ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo''. While she was kind of a SpoiledBrat sometimes, Daphne still was loyal to her friends when needed, and would sometimes use her money to help with cases.
%% * Caitlin from ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'', in contrast with her former friend Tricia, who is a defining example of the Alpha Bitch.
%% * Lo from ''WesternAnimation/{{Stoked}}'' formed a fast friendship with Emma and even diving into the garbage to help her earn the chance to surf in the seniors' secret surf spot... at least in the first season.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Eugly the rabbit, despite being extremely rich, is an extremely nice character who tolerates the horrible people around her and rarely ever gets mad, as opposed to her [[PolarOppositeTwins twin sister]] who is a SpoiledBrat.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheKidsFromRoom402'': Jordan. She lives at a BigFancyHouse (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 [[SecretlyWealthy hides her wealth]] from her friends out of fear of how they'll react.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' has Asami Sato. Despite her wealthy background, she is very polite and generous, allowing Mako and Bolin to stay at her mansion when [[spoiler:the Pro-Bending arena is closed following the Equalist attack]]. Ultimately, Asami [[spoiler:actually sides against her father, who is working with the Equalists, because she wants to do the right thing]].
* [[DumbBlonde Lindsay]] from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is one of the nicest characters in the show, which makes the times she's [[BewareTheNiceOnes pushed too far]] all the more awesome.
%%* The three protagonist of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'': Sam, Alex and Clover (especially the last).
%% * Emilie in ''WesternAnimation/WheelSquad'' who just wants to be friends with the squad.
* Stella from ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is a princess. She's very rich and popular amongst her people. She's also a real sweetie towards her friends. Even in her worst moods she never belittles others for not being royalty.
* Kimiko from ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''--her father is a major video game developer in Japan, but despite her wealth (which is mainly shown through her endless parade of gadgets and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair constantly changing hair color/style]]), she's kind, gentle, and willing to fight the forces of evil without hesitation. Besides, she ''has'' to be super sweet not to have killed Raimundo, or Omi for that matter.
* In contrast to the SpoiledBrat Chloe Bourgeois, Adrien Agreste from ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' is almost her opposite. Despite being born into a rich family living in a BigFancyHouse, being the son of famed FashionDesigner Gabriel Agreste, and also being a model heavily desired by all of the teen women in Paris, Adrien himself is selfless, compassionate and considerate of others, enough to be chosen as the wielder of the cat miraculous.
%% * Eventually, after a character arc done during a particular season 2 episode, Pacifica Northwest from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''.