Sims 4 Disney Princess Challenge – How to Play

Which Princess are you?

There are a lot of ways to play The Sims 4, so why not do it with a challenge? You could try the Not So Berry challenge, but I also enjoyed doing the Disney Princess challenge. It's simple to play and endlessly entertaining. Here's how to complete it!

What is the Disney Princess Challenge in The Sims 4?

The Disney Princess Challenge is a generational challenge for The Sims 4, where players have a matriarch representing a different Disney princess for each generation. Each princess has different criteria you must adhere to within the challenge, with the order of princesses being:

  • Snow White
  • Cinderella
  • Tiana
  • Aurora
  • Anna
  • Rapunzel
  • Belle
  • Mulan
  • Jasmine
  • Merida

On top of the rules (discussed below), the general idea is to have each of the princesses look like their respective inspirations. This means that you should try to make your Tiana Sim look like Disney's Princess Tiana, and so on.

Related: How to do The Sims 4 Decades Challenge

How to Play the Disney Princess Challenge in The Sims 4

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Snow White- Same father for all children
- A negative trait for every child
- No answering the door for strangers
- No talking to elderly Sims, specifically women
- Each child makes A's in school
- Have each child complete their aspirations
- Have seven total children
Cinderella- Cinderella has the Neat and Foodie traits
- Have Cinderella clean and cook for everyone in the family
- Marries after her mother dies
- Have up to three children, but at least one
Tiana- Tiana has the Ambitious trait
- Father dies before she reaches Young Adult age
- Marry a Sim that has some kind of green coloring prominent to show he was a frog
- Have and finish the Food aspiration
- If you own Dine Out, have Tiana own a restaurant
- Have at least one child
Aurora- Aurora has the Lazy trait
- Start when Aurora is a young adult
- No more than three friends because of parents
- Sneak out at night to meet boyfriend, not getting caught by parents
- Elope with partner, no wedding ceremony
- Have two children, preferably two girls (at least one needs to be a girl)
Anna- Avoid talking to sister/sibling until young adulthood
- Have near-death experience because of the Criminal boyfriend
- First boyfriend is a Criminal
- Become best friends with sister/sibling in young adulthood
- Marry a new partner
- Have one or more children
Rapunzel- Rapunzel has Art Lover and Loner traits
- Only goes to school, no side jobs or after-school activities
- Only get friends after marriage
- Reach Painting Level 8 before turning into a young adult
- Elope with your spouse with no wedding
Belle- Belle has the Bookworm trait
- Have your Spouse become human again after the first-born child
- Date 5 Sims before meeting spouse
- Have your spouse be an alien or werewolf
- Have one or more children
Mulan- Astronaut Career
- Mulan has the Active trait
- Find a romantic partner at work
- Have at least one kid
Jasmine- Best friend or pet named Raja
- Begin when Jasmine is a teenager
- Only leave home for school, until meeting the love interest
- Marry a Criminal Sim with low funds
- Abandon Jasmine's funds for a new life
- Have a max of four kids
Merida- Merida has the Self-Assured trait
- Have siblings and mothers "die" in an accident
- Do not have children or marry
- None, as this is the last generation

Want to read more about challenges in The Sims 4? If so, check out 15 Fun Sims 4 Challenges You Should Try on Pro Game Guides.

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Bethany has been a writer at Pro Game Guides for over two years, but she has been into both gaming and writing for countless years. When not writing helpful guides for fellow gamers, she can be found playing on her PC or Switch, writing short stories, and watching horror movies.
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