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Evie
Evie
Background information
Movies Descendants
Short Films Unknown
Television Programs Descendants: Wicked World


Video Games Descendants: Isle of the Lost Rush
Voice Unknown
Portrayed by Sofia Carson
Character information
Other names Blueberry Princess (referred by Mal)

E (Short for her name


Personality Shy, vain, level-headed, intelligent, sweet, kind, flirty, Nice, charming
Goal Unknown
Allies Mal, Jay, Carlos De Vil, Doug, Lonnie, Chad Charming, Audrey, Jane
Enemies Maleficent, Chad Charming (formerly)
Likes Beauty, boys, her magic mirror, chemistry, fashion, Being good, getting good grades, Doug, Her friends
Dislikes Having her magic mirror taken away, Chad Charming's attitude, Maleficent, being bad (currently
Quotes "So what, I got some mischief in my blood."

"Mirror, mirror, in my hand. Who's the biggest jerk in the land?" (To Chad Charming)


I like to think I'm the fairest of them all.

―Evie

Princess Evie is a major character in the Disney film, Descendants, portrayed by Sofia Carson. She is the daughter of The Evil Queen.

Evie’s lush dark hair falls from her forehead in a striking widow's peak, and she never leaves home without her crown.

Personality Edit

Evie is a girl who is smart, flirty, and very kind in the long run. Unlike most of the villain kids, she is very pleasant, to the point that she was able to make the most sour villains smile with her laughter on her sixth birthday party. But don't let her charm fool you, Evie is loyal and authoritative when she wants to be. Due to her mother's insistence that being beautiful is all that matters, Evie has problems with her own vanity and is sensitive to how others view her; her biggest fear was her not ending up not being the fairest of them all. While she wishes to find a perfect prince for herself, she is not foolish to fall for a prince who looks nice but has an ugly personality, as she rejected Chad Charming when she found out how arrogant he is. She is quite intelligent, especially in chemistry. Over the course of the film, she gains more self-confidence about herself and learns there is more to life than being the fairest of them all.

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