Portrait of Princess Spumoni
|Freed From||King Shishkebaboo|
|Special Quest||Finding Food|
- "King, I may be a divorcee, but I love you more than steak! I could just eat you right up!"
- — Princess Monica Spumoni
Princess Monica Spumoni (モニカ・スプモーニ姫 Monika Supumōni Hime, Princess Monica Spumoni) is the second or third princess that King Corobo will save. You can free her by smashing the vase she is trapped inside after defeating King Shishkebaboo. She is one of the princesses that Corobo can marry during the game.
Princess Spumoni is a connoisseur of foods and asks Corobo to find all the different types of food for her. In her divorce papers, she says she loves the king so much she is willing to change how she looks for him.
- See also: Princess Spumoni's Quotes
Official Website (Japanese)
Spumoni is a plump and cute Princess with a broad mind. She is also the former wife of King Shishkebaboo. Her dream is to eat all of the food in the world.
Official Guidebook (Japanese)
Shishikebaboo...?! You've beaten that useless husband of mines? Oh, King, I love you more than steak! My dream is to eat up the food from all around the world. Oh, the cows and chickens, I will eat you up soon!
Spumoni has reddish-brown hair and blue eyes. Her short hair is put into curls and she is wearing a golden three-pronged crown. She is wearing a yellow sleeveless dress with pink buttons on the back and a blue ribbon adorned with a heart around her waist. She has on pink flat shoes with bows on them.
Monica Spumoni's surname is named after the cocktail, spumoni, made from an Italian bitter liqueur, grapefruit juice, and tonic water. From the Italian word "spumare," meaning "to foam up."
|Japanese||モニカ・スプモーニ姫||Princess Monica Spumoni|
|English||Princess Spumoni||Princess Spumoni|
|French||Princesse Spoumoni||Princess Spumoni|
|Italian||Principessa Spomony||Princess Spomony|
|German||Prinzessin Spumoni||Princess Spumoni|
|Spanish||Princesa Espumoni||Princess Espumoni|
- Spumoni's stamp is of a pig.
- There are no real hints in the credits or story on whom the real Corobo drew inspiration for Spumoni.