German folklore is filled with beautiful feminine princesses that change people’s lives in general and men’s lives in particular forever.

The Frog Prince is such a fairy tale, best known through the Brothers Grimm‘s written version. Traditionally it is the first story in their collection. The 2009 Disney film, The Princess and the Frog, is loosely based on this story.

In the tale, a princess reluctantly befriends the Frog Prince (meeting him after dropping a gold ball into a pond), who magically transforms into a handsome prince.

Sometimes the beautiful princess is blonde.

Sometimes many are gorgeous and brunette.

It seems that a modern day fairytale has come true in the form of a brunette princess who has touched the lives of the populace in general and the emotions of men in particular.

Carina Behrens, a curvy young Germanic Princess can have that effect.

The shapely model industry leader is definitely impressed. “Carina Behrens is a stunning plus model who hails from Germany and is becoming more popular by the day.  At 5’9? and a very curvy size 16/18, Carina has been seen in Vogue Italia, German magazine Freundin and Beautiful Magazine France.  She has also represented numerous top brands.”

Carina has also graced the swimsuit editorial for Ma Grande

That is significant and they are proud to explain why.

“ is the first site dedicated to the “plus size” mode for women and for men: tips for dressing, fashion tips for round woman, cool looks of plus-size model and review the shops from of the 42/44 size. Join our community and think to send us your photos to show which can be round and beautiful!

What we find on our site? Articles with pretty pictures of plus size fashion, the stories , tips for dressing and feel comfortable while showcasing her figure and assuming its forms. is finally a cohesive and active community on the site and on social networks. With nearly 136,000 Facebook fans and over 4,000 followers on Instagram, we want to represent the community dedicated to plus size fashion on the Internet, and every day thousands of men and women share their experience and their daily lives.”

Our Germanic Princess apparently has affected another influential industry group as well.

Thanks to the wisdom of girls like Carina, healthy certainly is now becoming the new skinny.

The HNS leaders speak about their philosophy before they interview Carina.

“Healthy is the New Skinny (HNS) represents a platform for women to get information and support that leads to the evolution of each individuals mind, body, and spirit. The media defines women and beauty in a very narrow way, which has contributed to woman hating their bodies and themselves. You are the most beautiful when you are happy and healthy. You can’t love life if you do not love yourself. HNS is a movement to support women all over the world to love themselves and each other. We strongly believe by doing this we can shift the balance of love in the world through the strong love of woman.”

They interview both Carina and another beautiful blonde shapely model named Ali Chanel.

The princesses spoke of many things including how many Germans are very reserved compared to Americans and that most plus sized clothing is made for moms, not runway models.

Most German clothing designers design clothes up to size 16.

That was an intriguing thought by Carina. article, photo article, photo

Who are the major clothing manufacturers in Germany?

Germany is one of the leading countries in the fashion industry, along with France, Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan. German fashion is known for its elegant lines, unconventional young designs, and manufacturers of sports clothing.

Berlin is the center of young and creative fashion in Germany, prominently displayed at Berlin Fashion Week. Düsseldorf is an important fashion trade center with Igedo. Other important centers of the scene are Munich, Hamburg and Cologne.

Smaller places are also important design and production hubs of the German fashion industry, such as Herford, Metzingen, Herzogenaurach, Schorndorf, Chemnitz, Albstadt and Detmold.

Famous fashion brands include BOSS, , PUMA, Escada, JOOP!, MCM, Bruno Banani, Jil Sander, Triumph, Schiesser, Closed, Reusch, Valisere, Jack Wolfskin, Ulla Popken, Buffalo, Rohde, Marc O’Polo, Tom Tailor, s.Oliver, Esprit and Wunderkind.

Carina was born in Troisdorf.

At the city site they welcome, “With over 77,000 inhabitants, Troisdorf is the biggest city in the Rhein-Sieg-Kreis (Rhein-Sieg district) and is divided into 12 urban areas.

For over 30 years, a parliament for foreign nationals has given foreigners living in Troisdorf an opportunity to exert an influence in local politics. People from over 100 nations live here. Troisdorf now has eight partner towns.

Troisdorf lies directly on the A59, which links Cologne and Bonn. A large section of Cologne/Bonn Airport lies in the Troisdorf urban area.”

It’s good to see they are close to Cologne, one of the nation’s fashion capitols.

Visiting the modeling career of Carina is uplifting and erotic.

In an interview with the creative group she speaks to her life philosophy. “I always try to look at life with a smile. Generally I would consider myself a happy girl. I sometimes have to remind myself how lucky I actually am. We always want so much in life that we sometimes forget that it’s the little things that make us actually happy and touch our hearts. There is so much in life I have to be grateful for so I am happy about every day I am able to do what I love and have the people I love happy and healthy. Besides that you should dream as big as you can, if you want it you can do and be anything you’d like to be.”

“Deep in every heart slumbers a dream, and the couturier knows it: every woman is a princess.” …Christian Dior

Isn’t it life affirming that princesses not only live in fairytales but affect us in real life too?

Carina is sensuous, magically appearing in youthful feminine form, entrancing in spirit and eloquent in speech.

With just a touch, she can turn any of us into a prince.

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Sources:, Wikipedia,, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.