20 July 2024

Day 12-09629.ARW

A Christmas Prince: A Royal Wedding Trailer Netflix Deliver A Slice Of Festive Cheese

Some women when they were very young dreamed when they grow up they would marry a handsome prince. Some women may have, others now married to a loving partner they cherish (or not). Christmas is just five weeks away and already Christmas countdown is in our faces and today, Netflix released the Trailer for A Christmas Prince: A Royal Wedding.

This film plays into that notion of growing up marrying a prince. This actually is a sequel to A Christmas Prince which was released on Netflix in 2017. When our heroine blogger Amber (Rose McIver) attempted to expose a playboy Prince, ending up loving him. One year one she’s about to marry that prince and Amber is worried if she would make a good queen. The future may not be sublime as a political crisis threatens that future.

It’s no surprise to know many American obsess over the British Royal Family. Is it me this just looks like another Prince Harry and Meghan Markle story? Netflix has cut one big thick slice of cheese, but hey guys a lot of people love this type of film. SO not everything on the streaming channel is for boys or gritty crime thrillers. Love those weekday Channel Five TV films you will dig this one. Don’t be a Scrooge, it’s Christmas….well in five weeks!

A year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown, the two are set to tie the knot in a royal Christmas wedding – but their plans are jeopardized when Amber finds herself second-guessing whether or not she’s cut out to be queen, and Richard is faced with a political crisis that threatens to tarnish not only the holiday season but the future of the kingdom.

The film stars Ben Lamb, Alice Krige, Emma Louise Saunders, and Sarah Douglas.

You are cordially invited to A Christmas Prince: A Royal Wedding when it launches globally on November 30, only on Netflix.

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