|"Sofia the First: Forever Royal"|
| Season 4, episode 27|
|Airdate:||September 8, 2018|
|Director:|| Jamie Mitchell|
Mircea Kyle Mantta (co-director)
Sofia the First: Forever Royal aired as the twenty-sixth and final episode of season four of Sofia the First, and the hundredth-eight overall. It was produced as the thirtieth and final episode of season four, serving as the de facto, feature-length series finale.
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- Princess Sofia (main story and flashback)
- Princess Amber
- Prince James
- Queen Miranda (main story and flashback)
- King Roland II (main story and flashback)
- Vor (first full appearance)
- Birk Balthazar (only time mentioned; indirectly)
- Queen Lorelei (only appearance; no lines; dies in flashback)
- Princess Zooey (no lines)
- Princess Elena (indirectly mentioned only)
- Prince Hugo (no lines)
- Prince Axel (no lines)
- King Garrick (no lines)
- Princess Hildegard
- Princess Clio
- Princess Kari
- Enchancia (main story and flashback)
- Mystic Isles
- Protector HQ
- Flying coach
Connections to previous events
- Sofia became a Protector in training in "The Mystic Isles: The Princess and the Protector".
- Amber found out Sofia's secret in "The Mystic Isles".
- Prisma met Vor while she was still trapped in the locket in "The Mystic Isles: The Falcon's Eye".
- Sofia gained the ability to transform into a mermaid in "The Floating Palace".
- Sofia freed Elena from her amulet in "Elena and the Secret of Avalor".
- Sofia made a heart of rubies for Cedric in "Cedric's Apprentice".
- Sofia gained the ability to shrink in "The Littlest Princess".
- Sofia got the string for her Which Way Bow in "The Mystic Isles: The Mare of the Mist".
- In "A Royal Wedding", Amber learned she is heir to the throne while James decided to become her First Knight.
- Sofia and her friends chose new schools in "The Royal School Fair".
- "The Mystic Isles" was produced as three episodes long, so taking that into account, "Forever Royal" is listed as twenty-seven, instead of thirty.
- Oddly, isn't an opening title card, but there is a "The End" card.
- The song "Big Day" is an allusion to a fan's Tumblr account which featured recaps an early episodes.
- Sofia failed to obtain Queen Grimhilde's crown in "In Cedric We Trust", so it's unknown how the Protectors got it from Prisma.
- It is also never explained how the Protectors obtained the rest of the Wicked 9.
- ↑ Gerber, Crag (September 9, 2018). "So there's a shout-out in the first #ForeverRoyal song (Big Day) to one of the earliest #SofiaTheFirst Tumblr fans, who used to write recaps of every show. (We could only fit half the handle in there b/c of the song's meter, so it's not obvious.) Thx 4 the recaps!". Twitter. Retrieved September 11, 2018.