The princess is the daughter of the chief and the bride to the peace arrangement of an arranged marriage. Though she accepts this arrangement, she is as well displeased by this arrangement, but this all changes when Ace Ventura enters to help her tribe. She tries to have sex with Ace, as she gives the excuse of never pleasing man, and wanting to practice on him. Ace rebuffs her, saying he is a celibate man, and does not part take in the pleasures of the flesh. She tries to again by revealing her breasts to him, but Ace backs down from it, though complimenting how nice they look. Ace is later seen saddened by turning her down, masturbating to a skirt, likely to be hers, until interrupted by Fulton. It is implied that Ventura took her virginity, later on in the movie, taking her offer of "practice". This angered her new husband Tiny Warrior, and was chased out of the jungle by the two tribes.
Conquest Appeal[edit | edit source]
Sophie plays an innocent princess, who is placed into an arranged marriage. She wears a red top, blue skirt, and other ornaments, which exposes her belly and partly her breasts. Due to her circumstances, she wants to have sex and a relationship with Ace, and tries to seduce him. The reason she claims to Ace, is that she wants to be loved, before being forced to love another man. She wears a lose tunic in the seduction scene, so that she could easily take it off when she and Ace made love. But, She is turned down by Ace, due to him now a celibate man of peace, saddening her. She does however later have sex with him, evidenced by the discovery of her not being a virgin, due to his involvement.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- She is shown to deep lust after Ace, but it is unclear if it is due to an actual attraction or wanting to escape her marriage (likely the latter).
- It's also implied the reason Ace tried to initially refuse sex with the Princess, is because of his feelings for Melissa
- It is unknown if she stayed married Tiny Warrior, after Ace was chased out by the village, as she was deflowered by him and the implication indicates that she is now undesirable to the wachaties and the wachootoos.