Best of Disney Awards Nominee for:
Best Animated Princess / Heroine

Expedition Everest | BestOfDisneyAwards.com

Despite being raised in toxicity and emotional abuse, Cinderella declared herself independent and strong-willed by remaining kind-hearted and self-loving, not allowing the bitterness surrounding her life to overtake her and morph her into someone as cruel as her stepfamily. She makes the most of her misfortunes by remaining optimistic of the possibilities of a brighter future, keeping herself preoccupied with enforced housework and friendly bonds built with her pets, and dozens of mice that have found themselves trapped over the years by Tremaine’s mouse traps, only to be rescued and spared by Cinderella. In gratitude, the mice would become loyal companions to Cinderella, providing her with the company and serving as diligent helpers should something troubling occur. The mice’s devotion to Cinderella would ultimately play a crucial role in the young woman escaping her abusive household, thus furthering the example of how Cinderella’s evergreen kindness towards others, despite her situation, would ultimately lead to her uprising.

Cinderella