At the invitation of an estranged relative, a young woman travels with her niece and nephew to a castle in Europe for Christmas, where she unwittingly falls for a dashing Prince.

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Michael Damian
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Katie McGrath ... Jules Daly
Roger Moore ... Edward Duke of Castlebury
Sam Heughan ... Ashton Prince of Castlebury
Travis Turner ... Milo Huntington
Leilah de Meza ... Maddie Huntington
Miles Richardson ... Paisley Winterbottom
Charlotte Salt ... Lady Arabella Marchand du Belmont
Razvan Oprea Razvan Oprea ... Lord Thomas Belmont
Oxana Moravec Oxana Moravec ... Mrs. Birch
Alan O'Silva ... Floyd (as Alin Olteanu)
Madalina Anea ... Abigail
Razvan Ciuraru Razvan Ciuraru ... Gibson
Olivia Krevoy Olivia Krevoy ... Zoe
Tristam Thomas Tristam Thomas ... Bob
Maria Junghetu Maria Junghetu ... Mrs. Kelly (as Maria Junghietu)
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At the invitation of an estranged relative, a young woman travels with her niece and nephew to a castle in Europe for Christmas, where she unwittingly falls for a dashing Prince.

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christmas | castle | prince | butler | duke | See All (86) »


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The Castlebury castle is actually Peles Castle, the Royal Palace of the Romanian Kings, which can be found in Sinaia, Romania. It is unique in Europe in terms of architecture, internal decorations, and collections. See more »

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Ashton is wearing a black waistcoat with white tie and tails. The waistcoat should be white for white-tie. See more »

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Edward Duke of Castlebury: Well, children, is there anything you would like to ask your grandfather?
Milo Huntington: Yeah, how come you gave us the shaft all these years?
[Jules does a spit-take]
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Connections

References Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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Jingle Twirl
Written by George Harb
Performed by George Harb
Courtesy of Elvis Diamond, LLC
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A Modern Day Fairy Tale
20 November 2011 | by nroadsbrooks0See all my reviews

A romantic, modern day fairy tale that is perfect for all the family, but especially for young girls and their Mothers, Grandmothers and their Granddaughters, Aunts & nieces, etc.

Boys, be warned, this may all be a tad emotionally mushy for your taste, but who knows, you may learn some wonderful manners during the process of watching it. Every little girl (and we are all little girls at heart), dreams of being treated like a princess, whether they like to admit it or not.

The beautiful Katie McGrath plays the lead female role and I felt at times, she gave a rather wooden performance that actually enhanced her displays of awkwardness in an unfamiliar situation and so rather than distance the viewer, it actually made her character more endearing to them.

It was wonderful to see Sir Roger Moore acting again, in his typical, suave male role.

A wonderful Christmas Fairy Story.


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Release Date:

3 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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A Princess for Christmas See more »

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