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Other characters also lend a helping hand, such as Yoshi, Toad, Wario and a cast of other characters in the Mario RPGs.
In 2000's Mario Tennis, she appeared in game artwork with long hair like Pauline, and retained her flower brooch and earrings. This design endured until 2002's Mario Party 4, in which she was given her current design which distinguished Daisy further from Peach by depicting her with different physical traits, such as a flip hairstyle and light skin, yet with her gown design and crown color being more consistent with Peach's.
While it doesn't seem like she has a father, her trusty longtime steward Toadsworth seems to act as some kind of father figure toward her, and is always keen on keeping her safe (though because of his age, he is not able to stop the forces of Bowser's army).
Her father has been mentioned in the first Nintendo Adventure Book Double Trouble. She has blonde yellow hair, and she wears a golden crown on top of her head, which has red and blue spots.
Peach's feminine nature and role as the damsel are often represented with her heart abilities and princess emblems.
Peach's initial design was said to represent her stubborn, yet cute, appearance.