Aladdin's Mother was a character deleted from the film Aladdin. She was being supported by Aladdin's thievery, though he wishes he could find some way to make her proud of her boy. When Aladdin makes his wish to become a prince, she comes with him to live in the palace and ends up becoming critical of his lying to keep the prince act up, and advises Aladdin along with the genie that he owes it to Jasmine to tell her the truth.
She ended up being removed from the film alongside many other characters to streamline the story. However in bonus footage on the Aladdin DVD a scene with her can be seen in the deleted scenes menu.
In the film Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Aladdin mentions that he lost his mother when he was young.
- She can sew.
- In terms of looks, she slightly resembles the mother of the Balcony Harem Girls except shorter and more gentle looking.
- She is mentioned in Aladdin and the King of Thieves by her son, that she had died when he was "just a kid."
- In the Disney franchise, Aladdin's mother's name is never mentioned but in the traditional stories she is known as "Widow Twankey" because Aladdin's father was presumed dead.
- There is a concept art image with the main cast plus Aladdin's mother most of the character's names are below and under Aladdin's mother is a name, the first letter looks sort of like a "H" however it is very hard to make out.
- There is a deleted song sung by Aladdin dedicated to her called, Proud Of Your Boy.