Kate Moross creates a poster for Disney.
Disney has for the first time defined what it means to be a Princess in a set of ten principles, which have been released today to encourage young girls to believe in themselves.
Disney commissioned parenting expert Judy Reith to analyse the characteristics of Disney Princesses including Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Rapunzel (Tangled) and Tiana (The Princess and the Frog), before putting a long list of qualities and traits to a panel of over 5,000 parents. The parents then ranked the list based on the attributes they judged most relevant and important to their 6-12-year-old daughters.
The Princess Principles have been turned into a series of posters, which are being made available for free to young girls across the country — through Disney Stores and online as a free downloadable print. And one of those posters has been created by our own Kate Moross.
Here’s what Kate had to say about the project:
“Disney is as much a part of my life now as it was when I was little. Anyone that knows me will know this chance to collaborate with Disney is a dream come true. It has been really fun to bring to life these principles, and I hope that it will be enjoyed by big and little people on the walls of wherever they call home.”