Princess Ivy
Princess Ivy
Background information
Feature films The Song of the Nightingale
Television programs Sofia the First
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by Anna Camp
International Voice
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality Selfish, loves attention, arrogant, deceitful, jealous
Age  ??
Occupation Princess
Affiliations Lawful Evil
Goal To outshine Padma and be crowned queen
Home Prisma (formerly), Unnamed Desert Island (currently)
Relatives Padma (sister), The King of Prisma (father), the Queen of Prisma (mother)
Love Interests
Allies Padma (formerly), Jadhur (formerly), Trayas (formerly), The King of Prisma (formerly), Death
Minions Caterpillar monster, her butterflies and dragonflies
Enemies Professor LeFoof, Padma, Jadhur, Trayas, The King of Prisma, Princess Sofia, Princess Amber, Prince James, King Roland II, Queen Miranda, Cedric the Sorcerer, Baileywick, Everburn
Likes Attention, control, black and white
Dislikes Being ignored, being outshone, being marooned, colors, rules
Powers and abilities Able to summon butterflies that turn things black and white, and dragonflies that erase memories
Weapons Her butterflies and dragonflies
Fate Stranded on a desert island

Princess Ivy is the protagonist, then true main antagonist of The Song of the Nightingale. She is also the main antagonist of the Sofia the First special The Curse of Princess Ivy.


Ivy was a princess of Prisma, a land turned black and white by the grief and depression of its king. After being told that her older sister will be made queen, Ivy wanted to prove that she was worthy of the throne. This only resulted in the king falling prey to Professor LeFoof's mechanical bird, which drained life force from him the more he listened to its song. Ivy then set out to fix her mistake by finding the nightingale that had brought the king joy just a few days before. Ivy only seemed to get worse through the journey, and her ego grew with every challenge she overcame. After discovering she could bargain with Death to reap rewards, she bargained Professor LeFoof's soul in exchange for the power to take over Prisma. But, when she began her conquest, she fell victim to the very thing that started her on her journey in the first place: the hypnotic melody of the mechanical bird. After that, she was banished to a desert island, where I'm sure she'll neeeever bother anyone again.