King Chandler Charming
Prince Chandler Charming
Fanart by JWMelmoth
Biographical Information
World Land of Stories
Title(s) King of The Northern Kingdom
Also known as "Prince Charming"
Physical information
Species Human
Gender Male
Age Chandler is the third-eldest of the brothers Charming.
Hair colour Unknown
Eye colour Unknown
Other Traits "Looks like his brothers, but with longer hair"
Family information
Family Members Queen Snow White (wife), King Chester Charming (father), King Chase Charming (brother), Queen Cinderella (sister-in-law), King Chance Charming (brother), Princess Hope (niece), Queen Sleeping Beauty (sister-in-law), Froggy (brother), Princess Ash (Adopted niece)
Affiliation Happily Ever After Assembly, Happily Forever After Assembly
Land of Stories
First Appearance The Wishing Spell, ch 9 (mention only), ch 23
Appeared in Book(s) The Wishing Spell, The Enchantress Returns, A Grimm Warning, Beyond the Kingdoms


King Chandler Charming is the well-known fairy tale character also named "Prince Charming" from the fairy tale Snow White, who wakes Snow White from her death-like sleep with a kiss.

At the start of The Wishing Spell, King Chandler Charming and Queen Snow White are married.

Appearance and Personality

"Chandler looked like his brothers, but had the longest hair of all of them."[1]

In Beyond the Kingdoms, he is referred to once as "King Chandelier", though this is most likely a typo/autocorrect.[2]


King Chandler Charming is the third-born son of King Chester Charming. His brothers are all "Princes Charmings" from other well-known fairytales (...and then there's Froggy).


King Chandler does not play a very large part in the books. He is mostly just mentioned as being "by Queen Snow White's side". He is captured by Ezmia along with the other kings and queens in The Enchantress Returns, and rescued by Alex. In A Grimm Warning, he joins the other royals on the hidden path and is captured by the Grande Armée when they are betrayed. He fights alongside his brothers in the battle against the army.

In Beyond the Kingdoms, he attends Red and Froggy's (almost) wedding.[3] Later, Sir Grant mentions that he and Queen Snow White were kidnapped by Hook's pirates.[4]


"We won't let this witch take our brother from us again."[5]


  1. TLOS I, ch 9, p. 184
  2. TLOS IV, ch 8, p. 124 [first edition]
  3. TLOS IV, ch 8 p 124
  4. TLOS IV, ch 30, p. 413
  5. TLOS IV, ch 8, p 134