The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon

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  • PG
  • 2008
  • 1 hr 32 min
  • 4.2  (1,943)

The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon is a romantic comedy film released in 2008. It is a sequel to the 2004 film The Prince & Me and follows the lives of King Edvard (Chris Geere) and Queen Paige (Kam Heskin) of Denmark as they embark on their honeymoon in a secluded, exotic location. The movie begins with King Edvard being given the responsibility of ruling Denmark as his father has passed away. He is eager to take on this responsibility and is equally excited to embark on his honeymoon with Queen Paige. However, their honeymoon doesn't go as planned when they are stuck in a small country inn due to a massive storm.

As they spend more time at the inn, Edvard and Paige get to know the local people and the culture of the town. They are fascinated by the people, their traditions, their food, and their music. It is during this time that the couple discovers that they have differing opinions on the responsibility of the King and Queen, and the future of their country.

Their different viewpoints cause a rift between them as they struggle to find common ground. Edvard is keen on continuing his father's legacy of modernizing Denmark's economy, while Paige wants to prioritize the needs of the people of Denmark. As the situation becomes more complex, they are forced to seek out the advice of King Søren (Jonathan Firth), Edvard's uncle, who has political experience and knowledge of Denmark's history.

Meanwhile, back in Denmark, the King's advisor, Sorenson (Adam Croasdell), takes on the role of acting King and wreaks havoc on the country. He promotes policies that are disadvantageous to the people, and his actions create chaos both in and outside the country.

The drama in Denmark creates more urgency for Edvard and Paige to reconcile and find a way to work together to save the country. They are spurred into action and immediately make plans to return to Denmark, despite the storm that still rages on.

The story focuses on the couple's journey towards finding common ground and their love for each other. They learn to respect each other's opinions and work together to address the issues in their country. The movie captures the essence of the royal life and the challenges that come along with it, marrying romance and politics in a humorous way.

The film has a good balance of humor and drama, and the chemistry between Heskin and Geere is palpable. The actors bring life to their characters, making it easier for viewers to empathize with them. The picturesque location of the movie creates a calm and romantic environment, which starkly contrasts with the problems that the characters face.

In addition, the movie has a good soundtrack that adds to the experience, including traditional Danish songs and contemporary music. The costumes are also well done, accurately reflecting the royal attire of the time, adding an element of elegance to the movie.

Overall, The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon is a feel-good movie, perfect for those who enjoy romance and comedy. It showcases the royal lifestyle and the challenges that come with it, highlighting the importance of communication and understanding in any relationship. It is a delightful continuation of the story of King Edvard and Queen Paige, and a great addition to the collection of romantic comedies.

The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon is a 2008 romance movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 32 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.2.

The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon
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    1 hr 32 min
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    4.2  (1,943)