In spite of this, to Daisy, friendship is more important than fame.After her schemes nearly injured Minnie, Daisy apologized for her selfish behavior and admitted to her shortcomings (Belles on Ice).In "Daisy's Debut", Daisy was finally given a chance to perform on stage in a duet with Mickey, but after realizing Minnie was longing for quality time with her boyfriend, Daisy willingly dropped out so that Minnie would take her place, proving that she can be selfless and even sacrificial.Daisy is a white duck with an orange bill, legs, and feet.Particularly in her early appearances, Daisy is shown to be a loving girlfriend; always there for Donald, but always having the tendency to nag in an attempt to change his ways for the better.She has faith that her boyfriend is a good person despite his flaws, and uses their relationship as a means to better Donald's health and well-being, specifically in regards to his temper ("Donald's Double Trouble", "Donald's Dinner Date").
Still, as mentioned, Daisy is well-bred, and is generally level-headed and mature, especially when needing to balance out the more cartoony hijinks of the others (The Three Musketeers, "The Adorable Couple"). This is most notably seen in House of Mouse, where Daisy was obsessed with getting a chance to perform at the club ("Ladies' Night", "Where's Minnie? Unlike Donald, who stooped to underhanded deeds to steal the spotlight from Mickey, Daisy was determined to earn her stardom, believing her "big break" should be based solely on her talents, and was heartbroken when Donald (albeit well-intentionally) tried to pay Mickey to get Daisy to perform ("Rent Day").
Tim Allen (Fantasia 2000)Myke Sutherland Nadine Wagner-Westerbarkey (The Three Musketeers)Andries Maritz Deborah Cameron Manuk Chang Federico Ferrari James Mc Ginlay Kevin Wotton Donald Walker Mike Mac Dougall Stan Balos Kayn Garcia Slender duck, white feathers, black eyes, light blue sclerae, both purple dress and bow on her head, ponytail (in both House of Mouse and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse), purple pumps, colors vary in cartoons, lavender eyeshadow, long eyelashes, both orange bill and webbed feet TV newscaster (in Quack Pack, Donald Duck Goin' Quackers and assorted Brazilian comics)Receptionist (in House of Mouse)Minnie's lady-in-waiting (in The Three Musketeers)Spy (in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)Employee at Minnie's Bow-Tique (in Minnie's Bow Toons)Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Ludwig Von Drake, Pluto, Penny Pooch, Noah, Roxanne, Brigitta Mac Bridge, José Carioca, Panchito Pistoles, Gladstone Gander, Scrooge Mc Duck, Max Goof, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, April, May, and June, Millie and Melody Mouse, Chip and Dale Daisy Duck is an anthropomorphic duck that first appeared in the 1940 short Mr. She is the girlfriend of Donald Duck and best friend of Minnie Mouse.
Daisy has Donald's temper, but has far greater control of it and tends to be more sophisticated than her boyfriend.
Daisy's parents and three little brothers appeared in Donald's Diary.
Also, she has three nieces called April, May and June who were created by Carl Barks and made their debut in Flip Decision (Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #149).Daisy can, however, feel envious toward others that have the attention she craves.