|Three Good Faires|
|Name||Three Good Faires|
|First Appeared||Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess|
Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, known collectively as the Three Good Fairies, are the three main protagonists of Disney's 1959 film Sleeping Beauty where they first appeared.
Flora is caring, motherly, and sweet. Fauna is quiet and wise. Merryweather is fiesty, tough, and funny. While all three of them are plump, kind, caring, sweet, cheerful, and bumbling at times, they possess great power.
- Flora: Chubby, gray hair that tied to a bun, brown eyes, both red pointy hat and dress, clear red wings on her back
- Fauna: Slender, light brownish-gray hair that tied to a bun, brown eyes, both green pointy hat and dress, clear green wings on her back, black spectacles (in Sofia the First)
- Merryweather: Chubby, black hair, blue eyes, both blue pointy hat and dress, clear blue wings on her back
Sofia is treated with affection by Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, who have a book about her first days as a princess. Fauna has high hopes of her as a student, saying many times that she will be a good princess. Flora lets slip through the school motto that Sofia will indeed excel as a princess, achieving her goal of belonging, though Sofia was too caught up in the chaos of orientation to realize it. Sofia has proven to be a good student under their care, passing many tests and helping them when Miss Nettle trapped them in a bubble. The headmistresses know about the Amulet's power, along with Sofia, Cedric, Wormwood, Minimus, Clover, Mia, Robin, Whatnaught, Wilbur the Wombeast, Miss Nettle, Oona, and Amber.