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No Shoes? No Problem! Check Out 5 Barefooted Disney Princesses

If you are in the dating market looking for “Prince Charming,” have I got the solution for you!  Go barefoot! Yes, you read that right.  There are several noted Disney princesses who were completely barefoot when they met their knights in shinning armor. Don’t believe me?

Forget your Jimmy Choos, Manolo Blahniks, Christian Louboutins and your  Louis Vuittons, going all natural is how you might get yourself a man. Ariel did it. So did Rapunzel. Let’s take a look at how these 5 Disney princesses got themselves a mighty good prince by not wearing any shoes!

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  • Looking for a Prince? 1 of 6
    Looking for a Prince?
    Check out how these charming princesses swooned their prince into happily married after! Hint: No shoes required!
  • Rapunzel 2 of 6
    Rapunzel
    She spent the entire movie without any shoes on. I'm sure Flynn found it somewhat charming to see her little piggies enjoying their new found freedom.
  • Aurora 3 of 6
    Aurora
    Aurora was dancing barefooted with the prince she met in her dreams, only to be surprised by the real deal.
  • Pocahontas 4 of 6
    Pocahontas
    Pocahontas got her man, John Smith, with her beautiful spirit of freedom for her people, not for her sense of style.
  • Ariel 5 of 6
    Ariel
    Ariels dreams came true when her daddy finally allowed her to live in the human world. In this classic scene, we have both the prince and the princess barefooted. See, the pattern here? I think shoes are way overrated.
  • Cinderella 6 of 6
    Cinderella
    Well, technically she wasn't barefooted when she met her prince, but we all know how the story ends with her leaving her glass slipper behind.

Photo Source:  Walt Disney Studios

 

 

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