I love Princess but she has never loved me, she loves her first love and that is Ralphie.I am not sure she is “pure”.
I thought the leg color might be off.
I am guessing someone “put” something in her lineage to enhance a trait. Sometimes Show people do that..
I might have done that once or twice myself,,,, maybe.
A few years ago I was forced to “tinker” with my Chanticlers. I had a great Pullet. She had taken Best of breed at a large show.
The next morning when I checked on her she had laid her first egg.... green/olive.
I asked a friend what I should do, he said toss the egg and say nothing.
@erlibrd owns her as I didn’t want the egg color coming back in future generations. She is Erlibrd’s favorite bird, a beautiful olive egg laying Chanticler. She even named her princess, because she loves her so much.
The point of this story is a bird does not always reveal its heritage by looks alone. Even Judges can be fooled. We have SOPs and not pedigrees. So a bird is what she looks like, unless egg color gives them away..
The OP’s bird, no offense meant here, is not a show quality bird, so I would keep her and never hatch an egg from her, unless she has attitude problem. You might love her as much as Erlibrd loves Princess..