Cinderella is a Disney character from the 1950's film Cinderella. She is featured in the Disney Princesses product line.
Cinderella worked as a maid for her an evil stepmother and two stepsisters who got an invitation to a ball. However, Cinderella was allowed to go only if chores were done and if she had an appropriate dress for the occasion. Her mice friends created a dress for her, but, the step sisters ripped it to shreds after discovering it was made from garments that belong to them. As Cinderella ran out in angst, a fairy godmother transformed her into a beauty for the ball but only until midnight. At the ball, Cinderella meets the Prince and falls in love but she runs away before midnight, leaving a glass slipper behind by accident. The prince soon went in search of the woman that fit the glass slipper. After discovering that it was Cinderella, they got married and lived happily ever after.
Cinderella has appeared in a variety of video games, stickers, coloring books, posters, velvet frames, calendars and other merchandise. Cinderella appears as a globally recognized icon in the Disney theme park, Cinderella Castle.