Charming Prince Cinderella Cosplay
The Charming Prince Cinderella Cosplay is a recurring character type in popular fiction and in particular in the fairy tale. It is a beautiful boy, son of a king, who helps the protagonist of the tale, and rescues her from evil spells, witches and evil stepmothers. The countless versions of this kind of character have appeared in various traditional fairy tales: for example is called “Prince Charming” character who marries Cinderella and that, with his kiss, Wake Up Snow White and Sleeping Beauty from the spell of sleep. The prince is also present in stories like “Rapunzel” and “Donkey Skin”. In the fairy tale “The Frog Prince” is a reversal of roles, since it is the prince to be saved thanks to kiss the princess received.
Prince Charming is rarely characterized accurately; often he knows only that it is a beautiful boy, honest, sensitive, brave and very romantic.
The figure of the prince is the culmination of a dream of love that rewards the protagonist of the story at the end of his misadventures. In most cases, ilmatrimonio between the protagonist and the Prince Charming is the fundamental element that characterizes the happy ending of the story. Just the love he feels the prince against the girl is often the trait that allows him to free her (like the kiss that awakens the sleeping beauty from a seemingly “mortal” sleep)
Other common elements are the stereotype blonde hair, blue eyes, dress princely (in light blue kinds, white and gold), and the fact of mounting a white horse.
The name “Prince” is used in Italian and Spanish (príncipe azul). Another common name is “prince charming”, used for example in English (prince charming) and French (Prince Charming). Of course, “Blue” is not the master name of Prince and the words “prince” and “prince charming” are often adopted because the real name of the prince of the fairy tale is never mentioned during the course of history. Blue referenced by the Italian version of the name refers to the traditional color of the House of Savoy. Even Prince Victor Emmanuel II of Savoy was called “prince” by John Artieri . The term “prince” is probably his first recording lexicographical in the Dictionary of Italian language of the Royal Academy of Italy .