Snow Princess
Species Royale
Gender Female
Home Hair Salon
First appearance Filly Royale toy line
Title Princess

Snow Princess is one of the characters who was updated from the Filly Princess toy line with the Filly Royale toy line.

Although her location is given as the Hair Salon, she owns the Royal Spa.

Story from Filly Royale toy line (on MyFilly site)Edit

Snow Princess loves ice and frost. Every year on the first day of snow, she is the first one outside, rolling in the snow and throwing snowballs at everybody. She sometimes makes snow indoors by mistake...even in the Royal Spa which she owns.

Snow Queen
Species Princess
Gender Female
Home Castle of Belisama
First appearance Filly Princess toy line
Title Queen
Dronning Lang-DK
Dronningen Lang-NO
Drottning Lang-SE
Királynõ Lang-HU
Königin Lang-DE
Королева Lang-RU
Královna Lang-CZ
Królowa Lang-PL
Reine Lang-FR
Королева Lang-RU
Other names Des Neiges Lang-FR
Snö Lang-SE
Snø Lang-NO
Сноу Lang-RU
Spouse Sulta Admin
Children Duke Linard
Princess Amira
Prince Valentin
Grandchildren Countess Magica
Countess Melody
Lady Lori
Other relatives Cedric (nephew through marriage)
Duchess Romantica (daughter-in-law)
Emperor Karus (father-in-law)
Empress Diva (mother-in-law)
Queen Leonarda (sister-in-law)

Filly Princess toy line characterEdit

Snow Queen (or Queen Snow) is the ruler of the north-eastern region of the Filly Kingdom. In pursuit of making her subjects happy, she came up with the Snow Medal - a reward that is given to any filly who manages to invent something useful or marvelous for the kingdom.

As soon as the winter comes, Snow's subjects should be cautious, since Queen Snow starts to act very child-like: she builds snowmen and rides her sled from any, even the smallest, hill. The queen's favourite activity is snowball fights, and the first snowball of the winter is always thrown at her husband, Sulta Admin.

Translation Edit

  • The Czech translation calls her "Královna Snow Queen" ("Queen Snow Queen").
  • The French translation calls her "Queen of Snow" ("Reine des Neiges").
  • The Russian translation calls her "Королева Сноу" (Queen Snow), treating "Snow" as a name rather than actual snow.
  • The Hungarian, Norwegian, and Swedish translations compound the name into a single word:
    • Hungarian: "Hó" (snow) and "királynõ" (Queen) into "Hókirálynõ" ("Snow Queen").
    • Norwegian: "Snø" (snow) and "dronningen" (the queen) into "Snødronningen" ("The Snow Queen").
    • Swedish: "Snö" (snow) and "drottning" (queen) into "Snödrottning" ("Snow Queen").