A year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown, the two prepare to marry at a royal Christmas wedding, but their plans are put in jeopardy when Amber finds herself making a second suspicion of whether or not she is the queen.
Initial release: November 30, 2018.
Director: John Schultz
Screenplay: Robin Bernheim
Distributed by: Netflix
Production Company: Motion Picture Corporation of America
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is an upcoming American Christmas romantic comedy directed by John Schultz from a screenplay by Robin Bernheim and Nathan Atkin, based on characters created by Karen Schaler. The film stars Rose McIver, Ben Lamb, Alice Krige and Tahirah Sharif. It is a sequel to the 2017 film A Christmas Prince.
It is scheduled to be released on November 30, 2018,
Move aside, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. There is another real couple in the city and they are about to get married, too.
The favorite Christmas movie from Netflix fans A Christmas Prince is getting a sequel entitled A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding that will focus on impending nuptials. The news of the follow-up comes just before the royal wedding of real life that will take place on Saturday in the Chapel of St. George.
The romantic comedy, which made comparisons with a Hallmark movie, follows Amber (the star of iZombie, Rose McIver), a journalist who, surprise! – falls in love with a prince (Ben Lamb, Divergent), Richard, is supposed to be writing. While Netflix does not publish the ratings, A Christmas Prince became a huge cult success for the broadcast service after its release on .
The sequel will continue a year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown. The two are ready to get married at a royal Christmas wedding, but their plans are put in jeopardy when Amber finds herself guessing whether she is willing to be queen or not, and Richard is facing a political crisis that threatens to cloud not only The Season on vacation but the future of the kingdom.
In addition to McIver and Lamb, cast member Alice Krige returns for Royal Wedding, which has already started shooting in Romania. John Schultz is directing the follow-up. while Robin Bernheim and Nate Atkins wrote the script. Brad Krevoy of Motion Picture Corporation of America is producing. The film is expected to be released in the broadcast later this year during the holiday season.
Netflix himself had violent reactions after the company’s Twitter account mocked some of the viewers of the first movie by reminding the public of the viewing data it has.