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Disney Princes become cover stars

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Remember when we showed you the Disney Princesses on the cover of Vogue? Well now, another artist has decided Disney's handsome heroes should get the magazine treatment.

Mary Pavlou, the owner of PetiteTiaras on Tumblr (who hopes to work for Disney some day), has created these witty men's magazine covers, starring the most dashing of Disney's leading men. There's Prince Charming from Cinderella on the cover of GQ (pictured below), Eric from The Little Mermaid, and our personal favourite, the Beast from Beauty and the Beast on National Geographic, with the cover line 'Man or Beast'?

Even if you aren't geeky magazine types like ourselves, we think you'll enjoy these humorous covers - just scroll down for a closer look.

ABOVE: Eric from The Little Mermaid

BELOW: Prince Ferdinand from Snow White

ABOVE: Prince Philip from Sleeping Beauty

BELOW: The Beast from Beauty and the Beast

Didn't see your favourite hero here? Mary has promised Flynn Rider from Tangled, Hercules, and Tarzan amongst many others. In the meantime, we'll be raiding our old video collection this weekend for a trip down cartoon memory lane...

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