Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful Princess. One day she met a handsome Movie Star. The two fell in love, married and set off to create their very own Fairytale. We get a glimpse ... See full summary »
Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful Princess. One day she met a handsome Movie Star. The two fell in love, married and set off to create their very own Fairytale. We get a glimpse into their life with their blended brood of five children. First we have Oxenberg's daughter princess-in-training India; then Van Dien's children from his first marriage, Cappy and Gracie; and the couple's two children together, Maya "the little Napoleon" and baby Celeste. The series captures some scenes familiar to every family, such as getting the kids to bed on time or enforcing discipline. Other scenes are not-so-ordinary because, even in a fairytale, trouble brews and thorny issues erupt. Viewers will see long-simmering resentments and lighthearted moments. "When the crown comes off and the limos roll away, it's just us--diapers and all," said Van Dien. "At home we're a very open and uninhibited family. But between the demands of Hollywood, parenthood and royalty, you can never predict what will ... Written by
I Married A Princess that airs on Monday nights at 11/10 central is such a fun show to watch. I admire Cathrine and Casper for letting us into their lives and see a glimpse. From the 1-4 episodes the show has been a breath of fresh air. The show also spotlights serious issues going on and they are shown with dignity and respect. This is a family that has been through much together and stick together.
The children are the best and not only funny but those of you that have kids can see yours in them by the things they do.
I am happy this was not such a fluffed up "reality" show. If you are wanting more "real" in a reality show than this one is for you! I am looking forward to many, many more episodes! Five stars out to this show!
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