|“||Cue the sparkles, cue the music. Princess Presto to the rescue!||„|
|~ Princess Presto|
|“||Oh my, Peas!||„|
|~ Princess Presto catchphrase|
Princess Pea is one of the main characters in the animated series Super Why! She is the daughter of the princess from the tale that her name suggests. She is portrayed as a very sweet, beautiful girl. Upon transformation, she becomes Princess Presto. In this form, she is able to use the power to "Spell" via her magic wand she carries. She is voiced by Tajja Isen in all three seasons who also voiced Betty Barrett in Atomic Betty, Jane in Jane and the Dragon, and Sister Bear in The Berenstain Bears.
Princess Pea has light brown skin, olive green eyes, and long, black curly hair that reaches down to her waist, which she usually wears loose. Her standard outit is a lilac, floor-length dress with a white trim. She acessorizes this with a pearl necklace with a green, pea shaped gem at its center, and a metallic purple crown with pea-like jewels adorning the top. Although difficult to detect, her shoes are possibly lilac heels, slippers, or other form of formal footwear.
When she transforms into Princess Presto, her outfit becomes an elegant, pink ball gown adorn with sparkles, a green trim, and a pink transparent cape. She also matches her outfit with a pair of princess gloves with ruffled hems and a green sash belt with a purple star icon. She also pulls her hair up into a bun and wears a pink tiara, with pea-shaped jewels aligning the top of it. Among the acessories her super form is equipped with are a pink wand from which her spelling powers emit from, and a matching pink purse which she can summon, it is equip with many necessary items for situations that a princess would be prepared for.
Princess Pea is a very sweet, kind, and caring girl, however she can become a bit stubborn at certain situations. She may become nervous under unusual circumstances as well, but will also put thought into difficult situations. Like many girls, she tends to like activities such as having tea parties, but she doesn't mind participating in activities her friends wish to do either. She is always respectful towards her friends and seeks them whenever she has a problem.