"A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" is a 2018 American Christmas romantic comedy film directed by John Schultz.
The starring cast includes Rose McIver as Amber Eve Moore, Ben Lamb as Prince Richard, Alice Krige as Queen Helena Charlton, Sarah Douglas as Mrs. Averill, Tahirah Sharif as Melissa, Honor Kneafsey as Princess Emily, Theo Devaney as Count Simon Duxbury, John Guerrasio as Rudy Moore, Andy Lucas as Mr. Zabala, Simon Dutton as Lord Leopold and others.
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Netflix on Thursday, November 15, 2018 released the trailer for "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" you can watch here:
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding | Official Trailer | Netflix.
Here is a short review of "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" movie plot summary.
One year after the events of the first film, Amber (Rose McIver) and Richard are still happily engaged. At Christmas time, Amber and her father, Rudy, travel to Aldovia to plan Amber's wedding. Amber continues to blog about royal life with Richard.
Amber becomes overwhelmed with the dictatorial traditions of royal protocol and lack of control over her own wedding, which is controlled by the flamboyant designer Sahil (Raj Bajaj) and Mrs. Averill (Sarah Douglas), as Richard struggles with the failing implementation of his Aldovian economic revitalization program, the New Aldovia initiative, which is mysteriously hemorrhaging money from the monarchy as unemployment and low wages afflict the increasingly discontent populace. To assist in the economic efforts, Queen (Alice Krige) Helena brings in Lord Leopold (Simon Dutton) to assist Richard, as Leopold had been planning aid efforts with Richard's late father. Meanwhile, Simon, impoverished due to his divorce from Sophia, also returns to beg to be brought back into the palace; a resentful Richard reluctantly accepts, as Simon is family.
Amber and Richard's relationship grows strained as Richard becomes increasingly distracted with royal demands, and Amber refuses to kowtow to Mrs. Averill's strict guidelines. After Princess Emily's play is cancelled due to a strike by governmental workers, Amber hosts the play at the palace. While the move was well-received, Amber becomes furious when Mrs. Averill takes down posts from her blog about the affair due to their casual nature, and is further upset when Sahil and Mrs. Averill demand she remove her locket (containing her late mother's photo) for a royal portrait.
Here is the full cast and characters of "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
"A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" movie release date was scheduled to be on November 30, 2018 distributing by Netflix.
The duration of the film is 92 minutes.
Principal photography began in May 2018 in Romania.
"A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 50/100. The audience dislikes the film either.
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