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Prince Phillip
Prince Phillip
Title Prince Phillip Of Ulstead



Gender Male

Species Human

Status Alive


Alignment Good

Origin Ulstead Kingdom

Family Members King John (Father)


More information after the movie's release; Coming soon...

Prince Phillip is a young man that met Princess Aurora in the forest, where them two fell in love. Considering that the only way to reverse the curse was true love's kiss, Maleficent brought Phillip to King Stefan's Castle, in attempt to awake Aurora from her sleep.

Physical Appearance Edit

Phillip is a handsome charming man like the original movie.

Personality Edit

He is willing to do anything to save Aurora from the curse. 

Origin Edit

Nothing is much known about Prince Phillip. It's presumed that he was born in a human kingdom known as Ulstead. His father is a king named John.

Maleficent Edit

In the film, he met Princess Aurora in the forest, and the two fell in love, so he is possibly her boyfriend. Later, Maleficent brought him to King Stefan's Castle in order to awake Aurora and reverse the curse. He kissed Aurora but he didn't awake her. He is later seen in the end of the movie, where he is witnessing Aurora being crowned to be the new Queen of both the Human Realm and the Moors. He and Aurora look at each other and smile happily.

Gallery Edit

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Notes Edit

  • In the 1959 classic Disney film Sleeping Beauty, Prince Phillip appears riding a white horse, which is named Samson. In Maleficent, he also appears riding a white horse, which may be a reference to the animated movie's horse.
  • In Maleficent, Phillip kisses Aurora, but he doesn't awake her from her death sleep, instead is Maleficent who kisses her on her forehead, awakening the princess.

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