Official Disney Bio
Alex starts out as a dry wit, quiet, and sarcastic young girl who is greatly annoyed by her twin sister and easily gets in trouble with the law like her father, but is later a nicer type of girl and opens up to everyone.
Treasure Planet II
She is first seen as a baby in a family photo. At the end toddler Alex and baby Jake are crawling to Jim when he is seen at the balcony. Then he sees her, picks her up and kisses her on cheek, making her giggle.
Once Upon a Time
In the ABC series Once Upon a Time, Alex's Storybrooke counterpart is a lawyer named Patricia Lansington. She wields a keyblade instead of her usual laser gun unlike in Treasure Planet III.
Treasure Planet III
- "Jake, how many times do I have to tell you... GET YOUR PESKY BUTT OUT OF MY ROOM!!!!!"
- "Shoo! Go on, beat it!"
For more pictures and screenshots of Alex Hawkins, click here.
- Her ballgown in the ballroom scene is very similar to Snow White's dress.
- Alex is similar to Elsa as both are opposites to their sisters (Alex to Lindsey, and Elsa to Anna)
- Alex is the first Disney Princess to be the daughter of two known Disney Characters
- Alex is the eighth offspring of a predecessor's protagonist to take over in the lead role, the first being Nikki Ferris (taking over for Sharon McKendrick) in The Parent Trap II, the second being Kiara (taking over for Simba) in The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, the third being Melody (taking over for Ariel) in The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, the fourth being Scamp (taking over for the predecessor's title characters) in Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, the fifth being Jane (taking over for Wendy) in Return to Neverland, the sixth being Patch (taking over for Pongo and Perdita) in 101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure, the seventh being Sam Flynn (taking over for Kevin Flynn) in TRON: Legacy.
- Alex is the first Disney Princess from a Sci-Fi film.
- Alex is the first Disney Princess to be a half-nobody with her twin sister, Lindsey, being the second.
- Her middle name Naminé is a reference to Kairi's nobody.