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Rosalina Star
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Also known as

Princess Rosalina
Princess Rosetta


Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Toad, Toadette

Princess Rosalina Star (dubbed Rosetta or Princess Rosetta in Japan; simply known as Rosalina or Princess Rosalina) is a character based on the Super Mario character of the same name.

Rosalina made her debut in Super Mario Galaxy, and has made a good number of appearances outside the Super Mario Galaxy series since.

No matter what game she is in, Rosalina will always have her Luma with her. This is clearly evident in the Super Smash Bros. series, and the Mario Kart series.

Rosalina did not receive a Sports outfit of her own until Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash. It was thanks to this game that all three Mario Princesses had at least one Sports outfit.

Princess Rosalina recently received a Gymnasium/Swimming suit in Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. She is only playable in the Gymnasium events.

Dr. Rosalina

Dr. Rosalina
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Dr. Rosalina

Alter ego of

Princess Rosalina


Female (♀)

Dr. Rosalina is the Doctor form of Princess Rosalina

Voice Actress

Princess Rosalina is currently voiced by Laura Faye Smith.

She was previously voiced by Kerrie Kane and Mercedes Rose, her very first voice actress.


  • Prior to Mario Tennis Ultra Smash, Rosalina was the only one of the three Mario Princesses that was yet to be seen in a sports outfit within the Nintendo Realm. Rosalina is the only Mario Princess who does not wear socks, opting for transparent white tights instead.
  • She is also dubbed the Protector of the Galaxy by a few guide books.


Upon making her debut in Super Mario Galaxy, the critics have had nothing but praise for her. She has been received more positively than Peach and Daisy combined.