Sofia is King Roland's bastard daughter
The series takes place in one of Phineas and Ferb's many parallel universes
Based on the above, it's the same universe of the Tri-Province Area and Princess Isabella will attend Royal Prep
Everyone immediately thought about Phineas and Ferb upon the first mention of "Tri-Kingdom Area"
Wormwood will become the real big bad of the series
The King's first marriage was arranged
Wormwood is Maleficent
Royal Prep was created as a substitute to Arranged Marriages
It's set in the 1790s, 1780s or the Regency era, but in an Alternate Universe that has magic!Well, there's a court sorcerer, (but there's no mention of the French Revolution, so perhaps it's an alternate universe which also does not have said event. And the fashions... does this seem familiar to you?◊or this?◊ But Sofia's dress looks like it might belong from the 1850s.◊
Sofia's classmates are the descendants of other Disney PrincessesI think Prince Zandar is related to Aladdin and Jasmine Prince Desmond and his sister Princess Mae are Descended from Beauty and the Beast.
King Roland only pretended to be a lousy dancer so Sofia wouldn't feel bad about not having much time to practice before her debut ballThink about how he let one of his friends win some games during that Tri-Kingdom picnic.
Enchancia and Arendelle are neighbour kingdoms.The prove? The trolls! It may not be a coincidence that both kings and queens from different kingdoms have trolls as friends. Alternatively...
Roland, the former king of Arendelle, and the queen of Corona are all siblings.
In the future, if Sofia has a daughter, she'll be named Sofia the Second.
Aunt Tilly abdicated the throneIt's stated she's King Roland's older sister. Given that male supremacy to the throne in royal heirs isn't something Disney has ever really brought up, she was probably slated to be Queen but gave up the throne so she'd be free to have adventures.
King Roland married Miranda so Sofia could inherit the throne.Or, at the very least, so she could help shape up his children so they could be decent royals one day. My theory is that James and Amber's mother spoiled them constantly. Obviously, Amber handled it worse, with her selfish short-sightedness, but James' still has a tendency towards boorishness and bad temper. Any efforts Roland made to try and discipline them was contradicted by his wife, to whom his marriage was probably arranged, as above theories speculate. When his wife died, he tried to undo the damage done to his children, but either realized they were beyond help, or realized he needed help. He found his solution when he met Miranda, realizing she had a humble, sweet, well-mannered daughter. This is probably why Roland gave Sofia the amulet instead of, say, his own children, because he never plans on letting them inherit the throne. When he dies, she really is going to become Sofia the First. Or, as stated, he wants Sofia to help him help his children become better people so they can inherit the throne one day.
The Amulet of Avalor doesn't actually summon princesses through time; it creates simulacrums of the princesses specifically designed to guide the wearer into doing what's right.Admittedly this is a pretty crazy guess, but that's why we have Wild Mass Guesses. This could explain any minor inconsistencies noted by Sofia the First fans, such as Cinderella portraying her conflict with her siblings as just a spat that could have been resolved by talking. The Amulet of Avalor seems like an artifact specifically designed to guide princesses along the correct ethical path; it's possible that instead of actually summoning Disney Princesses, it summons a reasonable facsimile of the needed Princess but "writes the script", so to speak, as to what the princess needs to say to coax Sofia into taking the correct course of action.
If Cedric ever gets his hands on the Amulet, he'll end up summoning King Candy.It would give himself a good look at his own egotism and selfishness - and through Turbo, a look at where such things can lead.