Little Miss Prim/Madame Collet-Monté is always proper. She tells Miss Greedy and Mr. Chatterbox 'unfriendly' advice, and they seem to follow it a little too much.
- Gender: Female
- Colour: Lilac
- Friends: Mr. Uppity
- Job: Being Prim, Proper, Rude, Rich, Frugal, Selfish, and Snobbish
- Voice Actresses: Jill Shilling (1995-1997), Alyson Court (1997-1999)
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Collet-Monté (French)
- Η Kυρια Καθωσπρεπει (Greek)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Chatterbox
- Little Miss Greedy (called little miss plump) (also on cover, saying, "Miserable Little Prim!")
- A Suprise for Mr. Tall (TV)
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- In the 1995, 1996 and 1997 series, she is seen in Mr. Uppity's big house, Mr. Daydream talks to the stars and also, Mr. Cheerful doffs his hat.
- She is the only lilac character.
- Mad Madam Mim (The Sword in the Stone, Disney, both names rhyme and they are purple),
- Angela Martin (US version of The Office, both are prim and proper),
- Maggie Blackamoor (Little Britain, both are very proper),
- Millie (Thomas and Friends, both are French),
- Aunt Spiker (James and the Giant Peach, both are skinny and mean).
- Meowth (Pokémon (1996-), both are the only Pokémon and French character to talk).
- Pimply Paul (Horrid Henry, both are slender and mean),
- Miss OddBod (Horrid Henry, both are purple and wear glasses),
- Margaret Wade (Dennis the Menace, both wear glasses and are prim and proper)
- Fifi La Fume (Tiny Toon Adventures, both are purple and French),
- Preacher Crow (Dumbo, both are slender, wear glasses and have 'Pr' in their names).
- Swanky Lanky Liz (Beano, (1940-2) both are never out of character and are prim).
- Le Frog (Flushed Away,both are French character)
- Hermoine Grainger (Harry Potter, both are prim and proper)
- Miss Rebecca Hubbard (Postman Pat, both are prim and proper)
- Mr. Men
- Mr. Tickle Mr. Greedy Mr. Happy Mr. Nosey Mr. Sneeze Mr. Bump Mr. Snow Mr. Messy Mr. Topsy-Turvy Mr. Silly
- Mr. Uppity Mr. Small Mr. Daydream Mr. Forgetful Mr. Jelly Mr. Noisy Mr. Lazy Mr. Funny Mr. Mean Mr. Chatterbox
- Mr. Fussy Mr. Bounce Mr. Muddle Mr. Dizzy Mr. Impossible Mr. Strong Mr. Grumpy Mr. Clumsy Mr. Quiet Mr. Rush
- Mr. Tall Mr. Worry Mr. Nonsense Mr. Wrong Mr. Skinny Mr. Mischief Mr. Clever Mr. Busy Mr. Slow Mr. Brave
- Mr. Grumble Mr. Perfect Mr. Cheerful Mr. Cool Mr. Rude Mr. Good Mr. Nobody
- Little Miss
- Little Miss Bossy Little Miss Naughty Little Miss Neat Little Miss Sunshine Little Miss Tiny Little Miss Trouble Little Miss Helpful Little Miss Magic Little Miss Shy Little Miss Splendid
- Little Miss Late Little Miss Scatterbrain Little Miss Greedy Little Miss Giggles Little Miss Twins Little Miss Chatterbox Little Miss Dotty Little Miss Lucky Little Miss Star Little Miss Fickle
- Little Miss Contrary Little Miss Busy Little Miss Quick Little Miss Wise Little Miss Tidy Little Miss Brainy Little Miss Stubborn Little Miss Curious Little Miss Fun Little Miss Somersault
- Little Miss Scary Little Miss Bad Little Miss Whoops Little Miss Princess Little Miss Hug
- Special Mr. Men
- Mr. Cheeky Mr. Christmas Mr. Birthday Little Miss Jealous Little Miss Christmas Little Miss Birthday Little Miss Stella Mr. Stupid
- Non-English Mr Men
- Mr. Crosspatch Mr. No Little Miss All-Goes-Well Little Miss Brilliant Little Miss Busy-Body Little Miss Careful Little Miss Loud Little Miss Prim Little Miss Selfish Little Miss Vain Little Miss Yes
- Misc. Mr Men
- Little Miss Calamity Little Miss Daredevil Mr. Scatterbrain Mr. Stubborn Other Mr. Men Caveman Mummy Grandfather Clock Mr. Magic Mr. Roundy Mr. Squary Mr. Beefeater Mr. Funny (Beafeater) Mr. Metal Mr. Fussy's unnamed releative Mr. Spendy
- Appeared in other Stories
- Mr. Miserable Mr. Right Mr. Thrifty Little Miss Thrifty Mr. Penny Mr. Prudence Wilfred the Wizard Mr. All-Goes-Wrong Little Miss Nobody