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PHOTOS: New Ariel, Belle, and Rapunzel Disney Princess Tiara Pins Arrive at Walt Disney World

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What is a princess without a crown? Three Disney princesses have been fitted for their official crowns, in pin form! Ariel from “The Little Mermaid,” Belle from “Beauty and The Beast,” and Rapunzel from “Tangled” are the first of what we hope are many more princesses to fill in this unique pin set.

We first saw the launch of this pin set last week in Disneyland, and venturing into Star Traders in Tomorrowland today, we see they have finally arrived to preside over the Magic Kingdom of Walt Disney World.

Princess Tiara Pin

As you can see, the crowns are individually unique to each princess and pay homage to hallmarks of their story whether it is the red rose for Belle or the sea shell for Ariel. These are beautiful pieces and will be sure to be a prized possession in any pin collection.

Belle – $12.99

Belle’s tiara consists of yellow jewels to match her gown alongside red detailing and a rose sat in the center of the design as homage to the enchanted rose that the Beast had in his possession for 12 long years. This tiara perfectly captures the essence of Belle alongside nods to important parts of the Beauty and the Beast story, making this tiara unmistakably hers.

Princess Pin

Rapunzel – $12.99

The tiara of the lost princess has made its way back to her once again, with Rapunzel’s exact tiara from the film Tangled being the design of this pin (with no satchel in sight!) Her tiara consists of three jewels sat at the top of a gold design with red jewels adding some color into the design.

Princess Pin

As much as I like the designs of the tiaras being based around their story, I love that the kept with Rapunzel’s actual tiara for this design and didn’t create a new one for her.

Ariel – $12.99

Ariel’s tiara uses the color palette of her shells and tail and uses ocean-themed detailing to line up with her story and personality. Details on this design include a shell with a jewel sitting on the very top, two starfish and of course four elegant pearls making this tiara match an (ex) ocean-dwelling princess perfectly!

Princess Pin

Which princess pin is your favorite? Which princess would you like to see added to the collection? Let us know in the comments!

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