National Princess Day:
Celebrated on 18th November, every year, this day is for all women who consider themselves as a Princess.
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Related: Other National Days Celebrated on November 18th:
Why Princess Day?
Celebrated on 18th November, every year, this Day is for all the women who consider themselves as a Princess. And, if you don’t, just bring up the princess in you on this National Princess Day.
The World loves the word “Princess”. Right from our childhood, we hear about the term “princess”. At that time, we thought Rapunzel, Cinderella, Snow White, Mulan, Belle, Jasmine, Ariel, and etc are the princesses. When we become tweenager, we thought about Royal Princesses when the word strikes our Mind! And, the thought does not change still!
Have you ever thought about “why not me”!!If you had, that’s great, and that’s the way of Living!
If you hadn’t, then YOU SHOULD! That’s why this day is observed for!
How we can Celebrate National Princess Day:
If you are optimistic, Be the Same!
If you are not,
First thing, believe in yourself. Just do what you like.
Since you are a princess to your Dad and Mommy,
Just visit them (if you don’t live with them) and enjoy spending the whole day with them. If you don’t get well along with Your Dad/Mom, just try to sort out things. Because “Dad’s little princess” and “Momma’s princess” would be the best titles a girl could have in her life.
Never Forget that,
“Regardless of Your Color, You are a Princess
Regardless of Your Weight, You are a Princess
Regardless of Your Height, You are a Princess
Regardless of Your Job, You are a Princess
Regardless of Your Financial Status, You are a Princess
Regardless of what you dress, You are a Princess
Regardless of your Marital Status, You are a Princess”
And Finally, Regardless of whatsoever, you are still and will be a princess forever!!
Share your thoughts on “Being Optimistic” using these hashtags #NationalPrincessDay and #PrincessDay.
Interesting Facts About National Princess Day:
On this Princess Day, let’s see about a few Royal princesses and their social works. But do remember, this day is for all the women. what we all need is just an inspiration.
Diana Spencer(Princess of Wales):
When a word princess strikes our mind, be it whatever country we are from, it would point “Diana”, the Princess of Wales whom we think about. The whole world knew about her charitable works and her elegance. She is the pioneer in eradicating the misconception about AIDS/HIV. Even after the divorce, she remains influential. Not only in the United Kingdom but also she extends her support to every country of the world as much as she could. She is the only princess who tried to uplift the lives of African Children. Though she died at a young age, she is and will be remembered forever.
Ameera Al-Taweel (Former Princess, Saudi Arabia):
Born as a commoner, she met Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, married him and became a princess. She raised her voice for women empowerment in Saudi Arabia which is infamous and criticized for Discrimination against Women. Well, that’s not an easy Move!
Even though she got divorced, that did not stop her in any way. She vows to change the lives of women in Saudi Arabia, a country where women are subject to a multitude of restrictions.
Rania Al-Abdulla(Queen Consort of Jordan):
After becoming the queen, she used her position and advocated in various sectors like Education, Community Empowerment, raised funds for the future of Orphans, Women Education, and Empowerment. She is one of the board directors of the International Youth Foundation, a United States-based Organization.
Grace Kelly (Princess of Monaco):
A famous American film actress of the 1950s became the Princess of Monaco by marrying the Prince of Monaco, Rainer III. Even though she was offered films after her marriage, she refused it as her people (of Monaco) do not want her into acting! She said a big Goodbye to her successful acting carrier to become a favorite princess to her subjects.
Afterward, she made her busy with charitable works.
By supporting a social cause, become a princess of the people.
Well, we know that it is just a few!!
History of National Princess Day:
There is no Official proclamation documented to celebrate this day. But, November 18 is claimed to be chosen to coincide with the release date of the American animated musical fantasy film, The Swan Princess. The movie was released on the same day in the Year 1994.