There's nothing wrong with it Im just saying that disney has decided to go with this new more relatable kind of princess rather than women impowerment because they did a whole 20 years of that, "The Renaisance Era" This includes Belle Ariel Jasmine Pocahontas... And the snubbed Disney princesses like Giselle Megara Nala.....
Disney has been in this period for a while and they want to start connecting more with people all around and creating these women impowerment girls is great but a girl wont always beable to save the day and find true love on her everyday schedule. So making these new princesses with qwerks is more relateable because everyone has problems or little pet peevs or physical set backs, again which is more relatable.
Im not saying that falling in love and saving the day is a bad thing, but not every person can do that or necessarily wants to.
The modern princess era doesnt focus on the whole generic love story more or less they real person behind the princess facade.