Sofia is a little girl with a commoner's background, until her mom marries the King and suddenly she is royalty. With the help of the three fairies in charge of the Royal Training Academy, Sofia learns that looking like a princess isn't all that hard but behaving like one must come from the heart.
Princess Sofia is a sweet and adorable young girl of humble origins who lives with her mother Miranda. Her biological father is absent for reasons unknown. She becomes royalty after her mother's remarriage to King Roland II. Being new to the entire princess legacy, Sofia attends the Royal Prep Academy where the fairies from Sleeping Beauty Flora, Fauna and Merryweather, teach her about what being a princess is all about. However, Sofia is caught between two messages - is being a princess about the fancy dress, or the power of love?
While cute and beautiful, Sofia is rather clumsy but has a pure heart. Since she was originally a mere commoner, she retains a very carefree personality, and was once seen to enjoy sliding down the rails of the staircase. Her outcast-like behavior often puts her at wits with her stepsister Amber, who was apparently jealous of Sofia due to her social talents. Often times the firm Hildegarde is a little thrown off by her vivacious persona. She can be quite gullible when around Cedric the Sorcerer. Being new to the royal game, she often lets Amber tow her around, and must be brought to her senses by Miranda. Sofia and Amber clash due to Amber loving large events, while Sofia prefers quaint things, like the maze of secret gardens. They also, most dramatically, have different views on the value of looks and other material things. Sofia prefers the power of the heart, while Amber is more focused on physical value. This makes them two completely different types of princess, and will most likely lead to two completely different paths as they grow.
Due to past magical experiences, Sofia is very careful and hesitant when using active magic, respecting its power and what it's capable of whether it's done correctly or incorrectly.
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