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  • Disney has introduced a Latina princess
  • Disney has introduced a Latina princess
    Walt Disney World Resort (2016) ©
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Disney has introduced a Latina princess

Disney has been making moves to diversify its characters in recent years, and the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort has just welcomed its first Latina princess, Princess Elena, bringing much needed representation to the burgeoning US Hispanic market.

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