Ever wonder what "happily ever after" really looks like? Dina Goldstein has. Her fantastic photo series, "Fallen Princesses" imagines the lives of beloved fairy tale and other Disney characters — after reality has set in.
After her brief fling with a white supremacist, Pocahontas chose cats over men.
Belle of "The Beauty and the Beast" will soon appear on the new reality show "The Princesses of Plastic Surgery."
Little Red Riding Hood
Weight Watchers unfortunately did not work for Little Red.
Her addiction to shoe shopping and credit card debt soon drove Cindy to drink.
When she said, "I want to be where the people are," we don't think this is what she has in mind.
Waiting on a woman can sometimes take a very, very long time.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Rapunzel's imaginary family.
Daddy issues and a lying fiancé will do this do a girl.
The Princess and the Pea
She may be alone, but at least she looks comfortable.
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