In the history of the world, nay, the universe, Disney couples are among the most romantic couples ever. How could they not be with magic, adventure, and true love on their side? Some Disney couples were simply meant to be, some were barely even friends, and some just needed to see the light. Whether meeting under extraordinary circumstances or starting as childhood friends, while facing fearsome villains and uncertain destinies, these Disney couples will forever be examples that, no matter what, love truly does conquer all.
Mickey and Minnie
This the ultimate #relationshipgoals MVP Disney couple. Together since Minnie’s first appearance in a 1929 short called “Plane Crazy,” this dream Disney couple has spent the last 89 years together. While never married onscreen, in a 1933 interview with Walt Disney, he admitted that “in private life, Mickey is married to Minnie.” A love that lasts the test of time and one of the most recognizable couples in the world, romance would cease to exist without the love between Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Anna and Kristoff
He may be a bit of a fixer upper and she may have gone for the wrong guy at first, but in the end they found each other. They started off as an unlikely pair, thrown together in a crazy journey involving a very dramatic sleigh chase, one adorable snowman, and one frozen heart by the name of Hans. With the help of some lovable trolls and a reindeer named Sven, these two realized that some people are worth melting for.
Lady and The Tramp
Unlike most of the early Disney couples, Lady and The Tramp started without instant starry eyes and actually was focused around telling the story of their romance. Lady and The Tramp both come from differing backgrounds and naturally, opposites attract. It’s through their adventures, misunderstandings, challenges that a sweet, little romance begins (spaghetti, anyone?) as they influence positive changes within one another.
Meg and Hercules
Meg was not going to fall in love. She wasn’t going to say she was in love. She was going to avoid love at all costs. But when Hercules walks into your life, that can change. In the moment when Meg sacrifices herself for Hercules, she says to him, “People do crazy things when they’re in love.” This is one of our favorite romantic moments, and so, so true.
Simba and Nala
Betrothed at birth, when Zazu reminds the two childhood best friends that they will one day be married, they both react in disgust. Little did they both know that they would need each other more than ever, as Simba must return order to Pride Rock and Nala being the only one who can return the confidence back to her young king’s heart. Not only did they get one of the most romantic songs in Disney history, but Simba and Nala teach us that being each other’s hero is what love is really all about.
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