Ellie and Carl, from UP.
A Beautiful relationship filled with real life ups and downs, it perfectly portrayed a relationship that has hurt, love and death. It shows the truth of love and marriage, that you have to treasure every moment you spend with your lover because you never know what’s going to happen.
O’Malley and the Duchess, from The Aristocats.
This shows a classic journey told with bright colour and joyous songs, but underneath it all is the everyday tale of good girl (or cat in this case) falls for bad boy (again cat…)
Belle and The Beast (otherwise known as Adam…), from Beauty and The Beast.
This is a stunning tale about loving someone from the inside out. Belle is the first Disney Princess to sacrifice herself in order to save someone (her father and the Beast) and it appears that it truly does make love stronger because the Beast absolutely adores belle and everything that she stands for…
Baymax and Hiro, from Big Hero 6.
Although their relationship has no romantic influence, they have an incredible friendship. Baymax balances out Hiro’s inquisitive nature and constantly saves him from danger. Whereas Hiro routinely provides Baymax with emotion and friendship.
Peter Pan and Wendy, from Peter Pan.
A relationship that has been envied by me for years. A mysterious boy, filled with intrigue and mystery that wishes to whisk you away to Neverland, a place that has no rules other than to have fun. It is a beautiful dynamic that alters with every adventure they share and although in the end, Wendy has to return to her family, they both remember their stories for years to come.
By Ailsa Davidson