It appears as if the prince accepted her, because when he found her in her lowly estate he married her and took her to the palace to live with him. In order for initial love to survive the prince had to have committed love as well, however. He had to love her more than he loved himself. He had to love her in spite of her weaknesses and hang-ups. He had to love her in sickness and in health. He had to have a "until death due us part" love for her.
Many of my readers are showing that kind of committed love to the family member for whom they are caring be it spouse, parent, or other family member or even a friend. This kind of love requires sacrifice and is not always Cinderella like glamorous. It takes commitment no matter how difficult it gets. Thank you, dear caregiver, for the love that you show in that way to your loved one.
Remember too, dear caregiver, the Lord, your true Prince, accepts you and loves you with all your weaknesses. He loves you with a true committed love which we humans can only begin to mimic. He also clothes you with His righteousness, if you are His child!