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The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding (2006)

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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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Did You Know?


Julia Stiles will not reprise her role as "Paige." See more »


At a dinner Paige says this Danish sentence "Dronningen er en luder". This is translated in the movie to mean, "The queen is a green donkey," but what it really means is "The queen is a whore." See more »


Follows The Prince and Me (2004) See more »


Gonna Make It
Written by Ruvane Schwartz (as Schwartz), Kristin Mainhart (as Mainhart), Stephen Tjaden (as Tjaden)
Performed by Kristin Mainhart
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That can't be a good sign when you can predict every line and the next scene after the next
4 November 2006 | by Smells_Like_CheeseSee all my reviews

Like I said, my friend and I decided to watch The Prince and Me and The Prince and Me 2 back to back to see what they were like. While, the second Prince and Me started off fairly like a sweet movie, it turned from a teen audience into a little girl's fantasy world. Especially more like a typical Disney princess flick that was unbelievable and I couldn't take seriously, even for a little kid.

It takes off where Paige is now in Denmark and is learning the language, the culture, and the perks of being a queen, including the paparazzi stalking her 24-7. She's also studying still to become a doctor. Edvard is working hard as well to become a good king and is doing the best he can to contain a good king image. But when an old childhood royal friend, Kirsten, gets in the way of the relationship believing that it should only be royalty who becomes king and queen... you can take off with the rest of the plot.

The new girl who played Paige was totally unbelievable as a workaholic study bug, and didn't have the same presence and grace as Julia Styles. The guy who played the prince actually looked irritated to play the role again, I think he knew that this film was a mistake. Oh, well, for the little 5 year old girls who love fairy tales, this is the film for them, let's just pray they don't make a third installment, otherwise with all the making out these two do, it'll be a porno.


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21 February 2006 (USA) See more »

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