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If Disney princesses had Instagram in real life


We were amazed when an artist re-envisioned what Disney princesses would look like if they were real women, and now an American website has imagined what would happen if those characters were on Instagram.

Seventeen has mocked up what Belle, Pocahontas and Snow White's Instagram posts would l0ok like if they were on the social networking site, giving each of them a comedic twist.

The series shows Ariel posting an image of her legs on a beach with the hastag ‘#hotdogsorlegs’, while Jasmine shares a picture of her disappointing shopping trip writing, "Tried getting these carpets to fly but apparently IKEA doesn't believe in ~magic~".

There are no official Instagram accounts for Disney Princesses (although you can follow @Disney) but these fictitious creations come pretty close to what we imagine them to be like.

Take a look at the witty series below.

(Images: seventeen.com)



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