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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'': Eliwood was a bit like this in the beginning. He grows into TheWisePrince later on.

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Eliwood from ''Videogame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'' was a bit like this in the beginning. He grows into TheWisePrince later on.on.
** The daughter of Eliwood's friend Hector, Lilina, didn't know very much about the hardships faced by commoners before the war that ignites ''Videogame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade'', coming off as rather naive.


* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'':
** {{Ojou}} and ClassRepresentative Ayaka Yukihiro is a minor example. While not a princess, she is from the upper class so she sometimes fails to understand what more common place things are. One particular example that springs to mind is during class 3-A's preparation for their school festival, she supplies the entire class with maid outfits for a Maid Cafe, despite not knowing at all what a Maid Cafe actually is.
** Princess Arika. Although she wasn't completely ignorant about the hardships of the world, her sheltered upbringing made her more naive than she let on and didn't know what ice cream or a date are.



* Prince Chagum from ''Anime/MoribitoGuardianOfTheSpirit'' is of the young and dignified sort. He gets used to life as a commoner and enjoys it, since the series very much avoids TheDungAges and thinks RousseauWasRight. Later he seems to develope to TheWisePrince.

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* Prince Chagum from ''Anime/MoribitoGuardianOfTheSpirit'' ''Literature/MoribitoGuardianOfTheSpirit'' is of the young and dignified sort. He gets used to life as a commoner and enjoys it, since the series very much avoids TheDungAges and thinks RousseauWasRight. Later he seems to develope to TheWisePrince.TheWisePrince.
* ''Manga/NegimaMagisterNegiMagi'':
** {{Ojou}} and ClassRepresentative Ayaka Yukihiro is a minor example. While not a princess, she is from the upper class so she sometimes fails to understand what more common place things are. One particular example that springs to mind is during class 3-A's preparation for their school festival, she supplies the entire class with maid outfits for a Maid Cafe, despite not knowing at all what a Maid Cafe actually is.
** Princess Arika. Although she wasn't completely ignorant about the hardships of the world, her sheltered upbringing made her more naive than she let on and didn't know what ice cream or a date are.





* Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' was raised in a GildedCage in the deepest depths of the Underworld by an overbearing father intent on hiding his existence from his Olympian relatives. As a result, he can be fairly naive and has some embarrassing gaps in basic knowledge such as the concept of winter or that onions should not be eaten whole and raw.



* Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' was raised in a GildedCage in the deepest depths of the Underworld by an overbearing father intent on hiding his existence from his Olympian relatives. As a result, he can be fairly naive and has some embarrassing gaps in basic knowledge such as the concept of winter or that onions should not be eaten whole and raw.


* ''LightNovel/ShominSample'' is TheSeries of this Trope. The whole plot of the series is a normal high school guy is essentially kidnapped to an [[OneGenderSchool All Girl School]] of extremely rich sheltered girls. He is there to teach them about things in a commoner's world. The school decided to do this because the girls have rarely had any interaction with the opposite gender, and the CultureShock many of the previous students have suffered after going to the commoner's world has caused them to become {{Hikikomori}}s.

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* ''LightNovel/ShominSample'' is TheSeries of this Trope. The whole plot of the series is a normal high school guy is essentially kidnapped to an [[OneGenderSchool All Girl School]] of extremely rich SpoiledSweet sheltered girls. He is there to teach them about things in a commoner's world. The school decided to do this because the girls have rarely had any interaction with the opposite gender, and the CultureShock many of the previous students have suffered after going to the commoner's world has caused them to become {{Hikikomori}}s.

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* ''LightNovel/ShominSample'' is TheSeries of this Trope. The whole plot of the series is a normal high school guy is essentially kidnapped to an [[OneGenderSchool All Girl School]] of extremely rich sheltered girls. He is there to teach them about things in a commoner's world. The school decided to do this because the girls have rarely had any interaction with the opposite gender, and the CultureShock many of the previous students have suffered after going to the commoner's world has caused them to become {{Hikikomori}}s.

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** Since Blue, Yellow, and White Diamond were already off-planet when they released the Corruption bomb, they had no idea how the Gems left on Earth reacted to it.

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* Pink Diamond from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' had no idea how much the Gems damage their colonized planets and any existing life on them until she saw the beginning stages with what was supposed to be her first colony, Earth. She also didn't seem to realize the struggles lower-class Gems faced until [[spoiler: she started recruiting and befriending them under the alias of Crystal Gem Leader "Rose Quartz"]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieInThePrincessAndThePauper'', Princess Anneliese is aware on an intellectual level that her kingdom is in dire financial straits, but she is still shocked when personally witnessing the harsh life of a pauper like Erika.

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* In the 2013 Broadway revival version of ''Theatre/CinderellaRodgersAndHammerstein'', Ella educates Prince Topher of the many struggles his kingdom faces that he is not privy to due to his privileged position.

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* In ''Theatre/ThoroughlyModernMillie'', Miss Dorothy enters a boardinghouse to observe "How the Other Half Lives".


* ''VisualNovel/Danganronpa2GoodbyeDespair'' has Sonia Nevermind, the Ultimate Princess, who struggles to turn the shower on and gave up figuring out how to turn it off.



* ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' has Sonia Nevermind, the Ultimate Princess, who struggles to turn the shower on and gave up figuring out how to turn it off.


* Zagreus of ''VideoGame/''{{Hades}}'' was raised in a GuildedCage in the deepest depths of the Underworld by an overbearing father intent on hiding his existence from his Olympian relatives. As a result, he can be fairly naive and has some embarrassing gaps in basic knowledge such as the concept of winter or that onions should not be eaten whole and raw.

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* Zagreus of ''VideoGame/''{{Hades}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' was raised in a GuildedCage GildedCage in the deepest depths of the Underworld by an overbearing father intent on hiding his existence from his Olympian relatives. As a result, he can be fairly naive and has some embarrassing gaps in basic knowledge such as the concept of winter or that onions should not be eaten whole and raw.

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* Zagreus of ''VideoGame/''{{Hades}}'' was raised in a GuildedCage in the deepest depths of the Underworld by an overbearing father intent on hiding his existence from his Olympian relatives. As a result, he can be fairly naive and has some embarrassing gaps in basic knowledge such as the concept of winter or that onions should not be eaten whole and raw.


* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'': Lady Sybil, the Earl's youngest daughter despite being curious about the lives of ordinary people, starts out as very naive about the world. Her early attempts to explore outside Downton aren't always successful [[spoiler: such as getting injured at a violent political rally.]] However she sticks at it, befriends the chauffeur and a housemaid (helping the latter become a secretary) and [[spoiler: during World War I trains and works as a nurse. In fact she adjusts so well to normal life that she {{marr|yForLove}}ies the [[UptownGirl chauffeur]] and moves to Ireland to live as a commoner]].

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* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'': Lady Sybil, the Earl's youngest daughter despite being curious about the lives of ordinary people, starts out as very naive about the world. Her early attempts to explore outside Downton aren't always successful [[spoiler: such as getting injured at a violent political rally.]] However she sticks at it, befriends the chauffeur and a housemaid (helping the latter become a secretary) and [[spoiler: during World War I trains and works as a nurse. In fact she adjusts so well to normal life that she {{marr|yForLove}}ies the [[UptownGirl chauffeur]] and moves to Ireland to live as a commoner]].commoner nurse]].

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