Weeks before the royal wedding, the evil Norwegian prince Albert finds an old law that can force the crown prince of Denmark to marry Albert's two-faced daughter instead of his lovely, American fiancee. The two women "battle".


Catherine Cyran


Allison Robinson, Mark Amin (characters) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Mably ... Prince Edvard
Kam Heskin ... Paige Morgan
Maryam d'Abo ... Queen Rosalind
Clemency Burton-Hill ... Princess Kirsten
Jonathan Firth ... Soren
Jim Holt Jim Holt ... Prince Albert
David Fellowes ... King Haarald
Daniel Cerny Daniel Cerny ... Jake
David Fisher ... Doctor
Mirek Hrabe Mirek Hrabe ... Prince Vladimir
Paulina Nemcova ... Princess Gabrielle
Lana Likic ... Princess Carmilla
Dan Brown Dan Brown ... Bishop
Andrea Miltner ... Birgitta
Zdenek Maryska ... Mr Christianson


With just weeks before their royal wedding, Paige and Edvard find their relationship and the Danish monarchy in jeopardy when an old law is brought to light, stating that an unmarried heir to the throne may marry only a woman of noble blood or else he must relinquish his crown. Written by Anonymous

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Love reigns supreme.


Comedy | Family | Romance

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Rated PG for brief mild language | See all certifications »

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Kings of Denmark Are called Frederik or Christian, not Edvard See more »


When Paige at a press conference admits that the Danish language is her biggest challenge, king Edvard says - in Danish with a heavy British accent: "Du bli'r hurtigt flydende!" (= you'll get fluid quickly!) He meant 'fluent'. In Danish he might have said: "Du vil hurtigt komme til at tale sproget flydende." See more »


Followed by The Prince & Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon (2008) See more »


Written by Angela Michael and George Gabriel
Performed by Angela Michael
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This movie was okay, not nearly as good as the first
23 February 2006 | by danielle78See all my reviews

Kam Heskin is a pretty talented actress who was a good choice as a replacement for Julia Stiles, but there was very little chemistry between Kam and Luke Mably(Prince Edvard). Luke Mably is a great actor, but I couldn't help noticing that he seemed bored throughout the movie-and in several parts you can see him looking to the side, obviously reading his lines. I was surprised at that.

The movie's plot was okay, Paige and Eddie are starting to feel the pressures of living up to royal expectations. I like the fact that in the start of the movie, it shows Paige attending medical school in Denmark, it shows she didn't give up her dreams of being a doctor.

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21 February 2006 (USA) See more »

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The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding See more »

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