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Princess Jasmine, simply known as Jasmine, is the deuteragonist of Disney's 31st full-length animated feature film Aladdin and a supporting character in The Return of Jafar and Aladdin and the King of Thieves. She is the love interest and later wife of the titular protagonist, Aladdin.
She was voiced by Linda Larkin, with Lea Salonga doing her singing voice (Liz Calloway did her singing voice in the sequels). In the live action film, Jasmine was portrayed by Naomi Scott in the live action reboot of Aladdin, and she was also portrayed by Karen David in the television series Once Upon a Time.
Jasmine is a rather multi-layered character; incredibly independent, fearless, and strong in many ways. She isn't afraid to speak her mind, no matter who she is up against; whether it be her father, Jafar, or some other villain corrupting Agrabah, Jasmine won't hesitate to stand up for what's right, mostly for the safety of others as opposed to herself. This aspect of her character is greatly explored in the television series, where it is shown Jasmine is very much ruler of Agrabah alongside her father, as opposed to the stereotypical princess that merely sits around on the sidelines. She is shown to take part in most of the political disputes and conversations, often gives suggestions on how to make peace (which, more often than not, come out successful) and is shown to have the same amount of respect her father earns.
Aside from this, Jasmine is extremely compassionate and caring whether towards her kingdom, her family, her friends, and especially Aladdin, whom she treats as a best friend, as well as a lover. Together, the two share a strong bond, always open to each other's tendencies and ideals, and always looking out for one another. She's also a heavy influence on the former street rat's life, often standing as his primary motivation in completing a new goal for the better. As mentioned before, Jasmine cares a great deal about her kingdom and has shown to sacrifice herself many times for the safety of her subjects.
In Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams, it's shown she has an outstanding desire to contribute to her kingdom, in ways that don't include flaunting her status as a princess. However, Jasmine is not without her flaws and foibles. She can at times, be too fussy and opinionated, as well as incredibly stubborn. She can also speak without thinking from time to time.
Several times throughout the TV series (specifically in "Do the Rat Thing") she is shown to have a difficult time accepting when she's wrong, especially to Aladdin in an attempt to deflate his sometimes prominent ego. Even so, she realizes her mistakes in the long run and makes amends for whatever trouble she may cause, no matter the scale or circumstance. A rather famous portion of Jasmine's personality is also her sassy and seductive ways.
Being as opinionated and confident as she is, she's never afraid to give a sarcastic quip or use her sex appeal to cunningly get the better of her antagonists. This would especially come in handy during a period of time in which several suitors (most of which were sexist and greedy) would visit the palace in hopes of marrying the princess.
She as well pretended to be madly in love with Jafar, who was already lusting over her, as Aladdin tried to get the lamp back. She even kissed him passionately, so he does not see him stealing the lamp. This ties into Jasmine's self-defense methods, which are coupled by the protective Rajah, who acts as a bodyguard for the princess on occasions, much to Jasmine's amusement and delight.
She is 15 years old in the first Aladdin movie.
She is the 6th Disney Princess in the official lineup.
She is the only Disney princess to kiss the opposing villain, Jafar.
Jasmine is one of the two Disney Princesses to have her singing voice done by Lea Salonga. The other being Fa Mulan.
She is the first Disney princess to keep her entire outfit from the first movie in a sequel. The third film is the only exception.