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These items are new in the box.

Disney product #460032656505

These items are not suitable for children under three due to small parts.


The Disney Designer Collection is proud to introduce the Ultimate Princess Celebration, a limited edition series of dolls carefully crafted by artists across The Walt Disney Company. Wes Jenkins dedicates his Princess Merida doll to the memory of his grandma Martha, who taught Wes to sew when he was four years old.

Magic in the details


  • Limited to one per guest, two per household
  • Limited to 9800 worldwide
  • Includes certificate of authenticity and display stand
  • Realistic rooted hair set in curls
  • Painted face and rooted eyelashes
  • Poseable arms, legs and head
  • Merida wears V-neck top with contrasting sleeves
  • Pleated details and double-belt accessory
  • Decorative chains with bow and arrow detail
  • Golden neckpiece and cuff with embossed artwork
  • Fluffy accessory at shoulder
  • Asymmetrical skirt with open-front
  • Fringe trim and contrast lining
  • Golden artwork with embroidered details
  • Tartan print on top, skirt and trousers
  • Includes: boots with fluffy trim and handbag accessory
  • Designed by Wes Jenkins
  • Created for Disney Store
  • Part of The Ultimate Princess Celebration


The bare necessities


  • Doll: H32 x W6.5 x D3.5cm approx.
  • Packaging: H42.5 x W32 x D15cm approx.
  • Made from plastic and polyester
  • Suitable for ages 6+


About Designer Wes Jenkins

Wes Jenkins began working at Disney in 2017 as a technical designer for the Disney Parks Costuming organisation. Since then, he has moved into Global Product Creation as an apparel designer.

Wes dedicates his Princess Merida doll to the memory of his grandma Martha. The first redhead he knew, she was headstrong, opinionated, compassionate, and his greatest supporter. She taught Wes to sew when he was four years old (about the same age Merida took up her bow). An artistic child, Wes was different from his peers and had no interest in upholding the status quo, like Merida. Sometimes it is necessary to break with tradition to find your own path. When Wes’s grandpa died in 1998, he made his grandma a Christmas angel using a fashion doll and fabric he had around. It was something he would go on to do for her every Christmas, and after twenty years, she had quite the collection.

Designing his Princess Merida doll allowed Wes to dedicate something special to his grandma, showcase the design skills he’s been practicing for over 20 years, and inspire others to pursue their dreams and change their fate.

Disney Store (2022) - Ltd Ed 'Ultimate Princess' Merida Doll, New In Box

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