Neither. Don't do that to your child.
This isn't a freaking Disney movie bro.
Quoting BαƚMαɳ:" This isn't a freaking Disney movie bro."
Disney at least comes up with good names for their characters.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Rabbit™:</b>" For a human? Princess and princessa make me think of a dog. Princella sounds made up."</blockquote>
Princella is often used in the Spanish language.
OP, I vote none.
Quoting FaithOne:" I hope you're kidding."
O_O oh lord me too.
I'm sorry but think of your child. Do you really wanna saddle a kid with those names as an adult?
Do you want your child to be taken seriously when she reaches adulthood? Then give her an actual, non-ridiculous name. I think those names just gave me an aneurysm.
Seriously. You have said both of these names out loud, and they sound good to you? How is Princess too girly but Princessa isn't?
Incorporate Princeton into the middle name, if you must, but don't make your kid fail at life before it even begins.
Quoting Thisperyears:" Disney at least comes up with good names for their characters."
I hope you're talking about the name of a pet and not a human child :?
<blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" True that."</blockquote>
:!: at least name her Aurora or something princess like I guess.
Quoting Sonia Blade
Quoting InkDMomma:" What about Priscilla?.... I'm sorry but both of those just sound like a leading career in whoring."
Amer ( uh meer) means Prince.
So you could do Amer if it's a boy and it would still have the meaning you are looking for.