Queen of hearts dating
The White Rabbit calls the March Hare, the Dormouse, and the Mad Hatter as the witnesses.
The trio holds an Unbirthday party for the Queen, but during the party, the Cheshire Cat reappears and sets the Dormouse into a panic.
She then switches from anger and sweetly asks if Alice would like to join her for a croquet game out of literally nowhere.
The game begins and in during which, the Queen appears to be a terrible player, though her card guards and servants merely cheat for her to keep her majesty happy, as well as to keep themselves from being beheaded.
However, instead of becoming furious, the Queen of Hearts actually takes a liking to Alice, who tries to explain she is trying to find her way home.
When she does, however, the Queen loses her temper, declaring all ways in Wonderland are her ways.
She decides to help but they are soon interrupted when the Card Guards of the Queen of Hearts arrive, announcing that her majesty is underway.
The three cards scramble in an attempt to quickly paint the roses and dispose of the evidence, but they are too late.
When the Queen arrives, she immediately notices the paint and interrogates the trio, though she doesn't notice Alice just yet.
Most of all, at Alice's trial, when the White Rabbit is taking a long time to read all the charges, she snaps at him, "Never mind all that! " She says it with a sense of glee, twiddling her fingers giddily, and with a tone of excitement in her voice, indicating that hearing about her outbursts is something she thoroughly enjoys.
Though she clearly overpowers her husband, the King of Hearts, he appears to be the only resident in Wonderland to have any affect on her actions and opinions, to the point where he can cease (or at least, delay) a beheading, as seen a few times throughout the film.
She completely dominates her weak husband, the King of Hearts.