If Disney princesses were moms, their lives might look a little something like this....

By Melissa Willets
Updated: November 29, 2018

Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Sleeping Beauty gave birth? Or if Jasmine from Aladdin was hugely pregnant? Or what Belle from Beauty and the Beast might do on an afternoon as a new mom?

Yeah, me neither. But still, as a huge (huge!) Disney fan, I was immediately intrigued when I came across artist Isaiah Stephens' renderings of Disney princess moms, and their princes as dads.

Stephens shares his relatable imaginings on his Facebook and Instagram accounts. Included in the collection is my personal favorite: Princess Tiana giggling as her new baby pees on Prince Naveen. It seems not even royalty is spared the less-than-glamorous moments of new parenthood many of us are all-too-familiar with.

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Similarly, Rapunzel and her main man, Flynn Rider find themselves in a rather stinky situation changing their baby's diaper.

I also love Stephens' rendering of Queen Elsa's baby practicing his ice powers. I wonder who the dad is?

Stephens told Parents.com the re-imaginings of the Disney princess mamas were originally conceived for Mother's Day. But obviously we still love 'em!

Check out more royal content about your fav Disney princesses:

Mothers Dress As Disney Princesses For Magical Maternity Shoot

The Royal Struggle Is Real: If Disney Princesses Were Preggers

Disney Princess Newborn Babies in Magical Photo Shoot? Yes, Please!

Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger/mom. Find her on Facebook and Instagram where she chronicles her life momming under the influence. Of coffee.

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