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The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding

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The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding takes place not long after the first movie. Kam Heskin has replaced Julia Stiles as Paige Morgan, but this works because two more films came after this one in the franchise, and Kam is not as well-known as Julia, but has a much fresher attitude to the series. Luke Mably comes back as King Edvard. Queen Mother Rosalind is played by 90s Bond Girl Maryam D’abo, and Retired King Harrald by David Fellowes. The practical and safe security guard, Soren, is back as well, and played by Jonathan Firth. Yes, that is Colin’s younger brother, by the way.

The Prince and Me

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A romantic comedy about culture clash starts when a wild-eyed, bored Danish prince (Luke Mably) is looking for a new diversion, and he comes across a “Girls Gone Wild”-style advertisement on TV, and this particular issue is focusing on college girls from Wisconsin. Prince Edvard likes the idea of some wild poontang from the Heartland, and tells his parents that he is going to got to college in Wisconsin. The Danish Queen, Rosalind (Miranda Richardson) does not like the idea, but the King, Haarald (James Fox), give him his blessing, because if Edvard is in the States, the press cannot find him. They also send Edvard security gaurd (Primeval‘s Ben Miller) There he meets Paige Morgan (Julia Stiles), a very focused pre-med student whose family runs an independent dairy farm. Somehow, Paige and Edvard keep running into each other, they have a chemistry class together, work at the same student hangout, and have so much sexual tension between them that you could bounce quarters off it. At the request of Paige’s friend, Beth (Elisabeth Waterston), Paige invites Edvard to come back to the family farm for Thanksgiving weekend. The culture clash has melted away some, and the Morgans see Edvard and a fun, likable guy that might make Paige less cold, and were they ever right!