Snow White is the heroine from her generation's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and the mother of current Ever After High student Apple White. Snow was also a student at Ever After High, and she greatly supported the idea of following tradition. She is an entrepreneur and Royal executive, titled Fairest of Them All and Queen of the Land.
In English, she is voiced by Cindy Robinson.
Snow White is unquestionably considered one of the most flawless ladies in the Fairytale World. Her subjects look to her as a gentle and graceful ruler, who governs with kindness and fairness.
However, beneath her gracious facade lies a cold and manipulative woman. She is an overbearing mother who, when not presented to the public, will either be incredibly stoic, serious and ready for business or will have no qualms over lying to her people if it benefits her. She is devoted to her daughter's destiny, and will keep track of everything that happens, going as far as registering the stats of Apple's popularity, and doing what she can on her part to make her happily ever after pure perfection. Although her bitter rivalry with her storybook villainess, the Evil Queen, has extended well past high school, the two are more alike than different. Both are callous and ambitious in action, and will go to any lengths to get what they want, despite their differing methods. Snow White even went as far as to put her entire kingdom in danger, counting on the Evil Queen to cause chaos so she could imprison her again after personally pardoning her, all in the name of improving her image to the public, however she does show actual care for her people and her daughter.
She has around 700 dwarf butlers who work for her and do her bidding.
Snow White is considered the most beautiful woman in the land, with pale white skin, plump lips that are red like blood, and dark hair, some areas graying due to age. With pronounced cheekbones and a natural beauty, her eyes are dark blue and her long flowing hair reaches down to her hips, with bangs that part to each side of her face. She dresses her tall and slim body in requited simple fashions, mostly in shades of white, red, black and golden.
- Main article: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White goes to work and checks on her daughter's statistics but realizes that her popularity has gone down. She calls Apple as soon as she gets to her office. She notices how triggered Apple is acting regarding her social status, so she assures Apple that she will do something about it. After recognizing Mira Shards as the Evil Queen when she saw her on Blondie Lockes's MirrorCast show announcing the return of dragons to Ever After High, Snow White visits the school for an assembly, proclaiming to reinstate the Dragon Games. She has already renovated the land into a new Dragon Games arena, to everyone's amazement. However, she claims that it was all Apple's idea in order to boost her popularity. Apple objects to lying, but Snow White encourages Apple to do what is necessary to get her happily ever after back on track. Mira is one to protest about buying popularity, to which Snow counters that she's heard Mira is a great dragon rider. Snow immediately recognizes Mira due to her striking resemblance to a certain evil villain. Mira turns back into her true form and receives a temporary pardon from Snow White to play the dragon games. Luckily, Snow White has backup: she possesses the Booking Glass mirror which she tries using to capture the Evil Queen after the Evil Queen cast a spell on Nevermore, causing the dragon to spew uncontrollable fire, but her booking glass is mysteriously not working. The Evil Queen reveals that she has switched the mirrors, unbeknownst to her that Daring Charming now possesses the booking glass, and she smashes the mirror she believes to be the real one. When the Evil Queen takes over the school, she keeps Snow White in a cell and turns her into a snake. When Raven frees Snow by shattering the booking glass, she returns back to normal. Snow White shares a reunion hug with Apple.
Snow white is mentioned in various books but makes her first book appearance in the graphic novel Ever After High: The Class of Classics.