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Last year, Netflix joined in the game of making holiday-themed movies like those romantic comedies and dramas that flood Lifetime and Hallmark this time of year. One of Netflixâ€™s immensely popular original films last winter was A Christmas Prince, and today the streaming service launches the sequel, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding.
In the original film, American magazine journalist Amber Moore (Rose McIver, iZombie) was sent to the nation of Aldovia to cover the story of playboy Prince Richard (Ben Lamb, The White Queen), who was set to take the throne following his fatherâ€™s recent death. There were rumors that he might abdicate, so Amber started snooping through the castle, where she was mistaken for young Princess Emilyâ€™s new tutor. Amber decided to run with that and use her new position to investigate the rumors. She uncovered evidence that Richard had been adopted, and this caused a contention as to the proper heir to the throne. By the end, Emily and Richard had both fallen in love with Amber, despite her initial dishonesty, and Richard was ultimately deemed the proper heir. Amber went back home to start a popular blog about Richard and her adventures, but as there is always a happy ending in these stories, on New Yearâ€™s Eve, Richard showed up at Amberâ€™s fatherâ€™s diner and proposed to her.
Tonight the story continues. Itâ€™s been nearly a year since the proposal, and the couple is planning a Christmas wedding. However, some wrenches are thrown into their plans â€“ a political crisis puts the kingdom in jeopardy, and Amber starts to question whether she has it in her to be a queen. Iâ€™m going to go out on a limb and say that everything probably works out in the end and the happy couple will tie the knot! I donâ€™t know what it is about this time of year, but I always get sucked into watched these predictable but fun holiday TV movies. I really enjoyed the first A Christmas Prince, so Iâ€™m looking forward to checking out the sequel tonight. Netflix has been making some really great holiday films this year! Last weekâ€™s The Christmas Chronicles is another fun one to check out!
Check out this fun Christmas flick now on Netflix!
Iâ€™ll also be watching/recording Child Support.
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