Princess was a girls' comic published by Fleetway, later IPC, beginning on 30 January 1960. It absorbed Girl on 3 October 1964. On 16 September 1967 it merged with Tina to become Princess Tina, which lasted until 1973. Editors included Desmond Pride and its last editor, John Wagner.
- "Circus Ballerina" (written by Nobby Clark)
- "Daughters of Adventure" (Marjorie Coryn and John Millar Watt)
- "Girl of the Limberlost" (Leslie Otway, 1962-63)
- "The Happy Days" (Jenny Butterworth and Andrew J. Wilson (1960-67, continued in Princess Tina)
- "Heiress to Tangurau" (Leslie Otway, 1962)
- "Life with Uncle Lionel" (Scott Goodall and Hugh McNeill)
- "Lorna Doone" (H. M. Brock)
- "Nurse Angela" (Mike Hubbard)
- "Royal Daughters" (Marjorie Coryn and John Millar Watt)
- "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (John Millar Watt)
- "Run, Kristina, Run" (written by Terence Magee)
There was also a Princess Picture Library, which was published from July 1961 to 1966, when it merged into June and School Friend and Princess Picture Library.
A second Princess series was published by IPC from 24 September 1983 to 31 March 1984, when it merged into Tammy.