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2.
When a girl is deluded in thinking that she is a 'princess' & everyone else--such as her friends, family, & peers, are of secondary or little importance.
I wonder if Paris Hilton still suffers from the princess syndrome after her grandfather claimed that he's changing his will & no longer leaving his children & grandchildren his riches but rather, donating them to charity.
by catfight12 January 08, 2009
 
1.
A mental state that a female exhibits out of reverse sexism. Because she is unaware of her sexism, she will claim to deserve supreme aristocratic rights from a partner due to her looks or her child-bearing "pain." Any brainwashed man will give her tangible things and emotional sublimity to stop her, and she will only demand more.
"Look at that lady; I'd go out with her, but she's got princess syndrome. Hookin' up with a good lookin' / intelligent guy like me would just make her condition worsen."
by Robert J. Blevins August 18, 2006
 
3.
1)People who suffer from the need to be waited on hand and foot.
2)People who want what they want and want it now.
Jane Jetson - The Jetsons - Opening credits
Shows her Princess Syndrome symptoms
by Shannon McNamara October 26, 2008
 
4.
An increasingly prevalent condition found primarily in young heterosexual American women. Characterized by (1) unrealistically high expectations; (2) materialistic conduct; (3) a sense of entitlement; (4) exploitative behavior; (5) feelings of superiority; and (6) a lack of regard for society’s rules and mores.

Princesses believe in their own exceptionalism and usually hail from wealthy or upper middle class families. They are quick to describe themselves as "awesome" or "amazing" on social media. Given their access to resources, they are typically attractive, although rarely naturally beautiful. In public, princesses may attempt to cut in line, believing their time to be more valuable than others’. They enjoy berating cashiers, waitresses, and other service workers. Princesses often walk down the wrong side of the street but refuse to yield the way to oncoming pedestrians.

Princesses also typically maintain unrealistic dating expectations. A princess may, for example:

- Stand 5’2” yet refuse to date men under 6’
- Demand a “successful man” despite having never worked a day in her life
- Display the arrogance typically found in 10s as a 6.5

The prognosis for Princess Syndrome is largely unfavorable. Management options typically include:

- Cessation of allowances and support funds
- Full-time work obtained through independent efforts

In some cases, full remission has been achieved, but most patients who present with Princess Syndrome typically retain it for life.
Since her profile contains nothing but mentions of how "amazing" she is, she might have Princess Syndrome.

If you spoil your daughters, you run the risk of causing them to develop Princess Syndrome at an early age.
by Nomadic Observer August 10, 2014