18 days ago:
Prince: He doesn't really do much, and I agree with the others who have said he's too feminine.
Prince Charming: I like that he wasn't going to marry just to please his father, but like Snow White's prince, he's a bit boring.
Phillip: My favorite of the classic princes. He's very brave, and I love that he fell for Aurora before he knew she was a princess.
Eric: IMO the most physically striking prince. You don't often see guys with dark hair and blue eyes, so I really like his design. I don't like that he left Ariel for Vanessa, but I know he only did that because he thought she was Ariel. He's romantic and sweet, and I think it's cute than no one but Ariel would do for him.
Adam: easily my favorite prince. His story is interesting, and he probably undergoes the most dramatic personality change of all the princes. I love that he's such a dynamic character.
Aladdin: He's very street-wise, and I love how he can hold his own and outsmart just about aybody. I understand why some people don't like his personality, but he does learn honesty and makes up for it in the end.
John Smith: I've never liked him, even when I was a little kid. True, he's brave and adventurous, but there's not much else to him. He just always seemed like the stereotypical blond guy to me.
Shang: He can be a bit too serious, but I admire his courage and loyalty, not just to his cause but to his father as well.
John Rolfe: I know most people hate his film and he's not an official prince, but when people ask me for my princes list, he's going to be on it. He's smart and protective, and the way he and Pocahontas would bicker at first was adorable!
Naveen: He seems really bratty at first, but there's more to him than that. Like Adam and Aladdin, this is a prince who learns from his past mistakes and goes through a dramatic character change.
Flynn: Not only is he hilarious, but I think he's the bravest of the Disney princes. He was willing to die to free Rapunzel for Gothel, and to me, that says a lot about his character.