Status  Revealing that she "hate[s] naggy women", Diaz sometimes found herself wishing that Fiona would be "less naggy" and more compassionate and understanding towards the difficult changes Shrek is undergoing since marrying her. Carl returns to the basement where he begins removing Kassidi's handcuffs to let her go.
After a failed attempt, they realize that he has succeeded when Fiona's curse has been broken.
 Described as "pink and purple swirled", the ice cream was cotton candy-flavored. Refusing to appear at a monitoring job, she doesn't turn up for Michael for the first time in the series.  Mary Zeiss Stange, author of Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World, Volume 1, cited Fiona as an example of an "outstanding female action hero". (1990), from which her role and appearance were significantly modified.
Kassidi is killed by his cadet but he fell in love with a girl name Kelly.
45  In 2010, Forbes ranked Diaz Hollywood's second highest-earning voice actor, behind only Myers. When Lip comes homes after talking to Jason he kicks Fiona out of the house.
 The filmmakers wanted a more realistic approach to costumes than previous computer animated films, in which clothing was typically depicted as a tight layer over the figure, adorned with a few wrinkles.
Actor  In an effort to expand the plot while making its characters more visually appealing and marketable "from a Hollywood" perspective, the writers decided to adapt Shrek! Arguably her most notable skill, however, is her expertise in bomb-making.  Shrek 2 features a brief reference to Timberlake; a picture of a young knight named "Sir Justin" appears in Fiona's childhood bedroom, which is believed to be a reference to their relationship.  Crowing Fiona an "important cultural milestone", the author concluded that she is "fierce, honest [and] wonderful" despite her unconventional appearance.
Carl goes back to Dominique's house and shows her dad, Luther, that he does not have the disease.
 To make Fiona a more "cartoony-looking love interest," the animators enlarged her eyes and smoothed her skin.
Since Shrek never frees Fiona from the tower, she remains under the witch's spell – human by day and ogre by night – and has subsequently become the leader of a group of Ogre resistance fighters.  Mussenden decided to give Fiona's dresses tight sleeves as opposed to the long, flowing sleeves associated with traditional medieval clothing due to the difficulty the latter would have been for the animators. ", "Well in my experience if something seems too good to be true it's best to shoot it just in case.  A shader was used to penetrate, refract and re-emerge layers of light, the concentration of which was adjusted to achieve Fiona's desired radiance; they learned that too much exposure resulted in a mannequin-like appearance. Fiona and Michael had a past relationship, which ended when Michael left without saying goodbye when his cover was blown.
Kelly breaks up with Carl due to him becoming to clingy.
 Animator Lucia Modesto recalled that her team was instructed to "pull back" on the character's design because her realism was growing unpleasant. " Actress Holly Fields has provided the character's singing voice in the film, in addition to voicing the character in several video games, toys, commercials and amusement park rides. " Sleeman continued that one of the most important components of Fiona's personality "is that the films don’t ignore or degrade any of her qualities that are considered typically feminine", elaborating that her struggles over her appearance are "significant in that it presents the ways in which so many girls are pressured by society to uphold a certain standard of beauty." Shrek Forever After (2010) reveals that, during the events of the first film, Fiona's parents had nearly lost the kingdom to Rumpelstiltskin, nearly signing it over in return for their daughter's freedom, but his plans are thwarted when Fiona is rescued by and falls in love with Shrek. After noting that Eugene is worried about his daughter and her romantic life, and deciding that gardening really isn't for her, Fiona takes it upon herself to protect Lydia from afar during her date. Carl realizes that he has a new business venture and begins bringing more addicts down to the basement to attempt to "cure" them. Luther helps Carl get a scholarship to military school so Carl can become a 'man'. When Kassidi hears that Carl is trying to make money for military school she helps him come up with a plan to get ransom for holding her hostage. Fiona is shown to still be kindhearted and caring but bitterly cynical and disillusioned about the power of true love, because she was never rescued from her tower, having grown traumatized from her years of solitary imprisonment.
Michael and Sam, however, attack the associate's dock and rescue her, despite getting her shot in the arm. In "Long Way Back," Fiona has enough with Michael and walks out on him. Instead of waiting to be rescued, an idea that Fiona finds appalling, she encourages the princesses to free themselves and fight back.  Modesto created new character models for Fiona and Shrek in Shrek the Third, while new software and servers were implemented to animate individual strands of the princess's hair much faster than had been possible during production of the first film.  While Shrek, Donkey and Puss venture to Camelot to recruit Arthur, Fiona remains at Far, Far Away, where her princess friends Rapunzel, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and her stepsister Doris host a baby shower for her.