Disney Princesses Who Would Probably Be Divorced By Now

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On Monday, the romantic realists over on Reddit launched a discussion that, in all likelihood, would have made the 10-year-old version of you cry: In the real world, they wondered, which Disney princesses would probably be divorced by now?

From Cinderella and her hasty whirlwind romance with Prince Charming (slow down, girl), to Aladdin and Jasmine's royal marriage (their courtship was based on lies!), scroll down for some of the most depressingly honest answers. When you're done, head to the comments and tell us which Disney couples you think would have had a less than happily-ever-after ending in the real world.

Ariel and Eric from "The Little Mermaid"
"Ariel likes Prince Eric for the way he looks. Prince Eric likes Ariel for her voice. Give it a year and she'll be sick of his face and he won't want to hear her voice." -MrsJohnnyButt

Cinderella and Prince Charming from "Cinderalla"
"I mean, really...a 3 minute dance and a glass slipper fitting?" -sexualsidekick

"They talk for, like, 10 minutes tops." -SamanthaParkington

Belle and the Beast from "Beauty And The Beast"
"Considering the hidden room with the broken cups, which most likely were enchanted servants once, I think their marriage won't necessarily end in divorce, [but] at some point he will freak out over something and destroy her like he did all those servants of his." -gmkeros

Aladdin and Jasmine from "Aladdin"
"Aladdin and Jasmine....a relationship built on lies and judgement." -sezrawr

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