King Edvard, to please Queen Paige, diverts their honeymoon to the fictional crown protectorate of Belavia. Soon they discover an underhanded plot by the ambitious Danish prime minister; hijinks abound, but Eddie, Paige, and Belavia win.
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".
At college Paige meets Eddie, a fellow student from Denmark, whom she first dislikes but later accepts, likes, and loves; he proves to be Crown Prince Edvard. Paige follows him to Copenhagen, and he follows her back to school with a plan.
Samantha, a teacher, returns to her hometown for Christmas, where she is joined by her boyfriend, Alex. When she learns Alex is the crown prince of Madelvia, she must decide if she loves Alex enough to stop teaching and become a royal.
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As King Edvard and Queen Paige prepare to leave Copenhagen on their honeymoon, Eddie, to please Paige, changes their destination from a Caribbean island to the fictional crown protectorate of Belavia; shortly after they arrive, a henchman (Oliver) for the ambitious Danish prime minister (Polonius) sees the couple, and Paige recognizes Scott, now a journalist, previously a high-school boyfriend. Soon the king and queen discover Oliver, machines, and a crew, about to start clearing a forest preserve to make way for an oil pipeline; the king orders them not to begin. The royal couple make progress with the prince of Belavia, but Polonius does his dirty tricks. Edvard and Paige learn that Scott has secretly taken part in the evil work of Polonius and Oliver. Many hijinks abound, but, predictably, good and right prevail, so Eddie and Paige win, as does Belavia. The Danish parliament follow the leadership of their king, thereby defeating Polonius.Written by
At the start of the film is a quick view of Copenhagen: Nyhavn, The little Mermaid and Amalienborg palace - which is the residence of the Danish royal family. See more »
You think the people will thank you for higher gas prizes?
My people care about more than just gas prizes.
Do they? We'll see about that! Enjoy your honeymoon, your Majesty!
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Paige and Edvard go on their honeymoon. In an attempt to avoid paparazzi and have some privacy, they secretly change their destination and happen on a plot that the prime minister has to get reelected. A past boyfriend of Paige's shows up (conveniently) and threatens the trust that the couple shares in an attempt to distract and discredit them so the prime ministers plan can go through. Will Paige and Edvard save Batlavia? The first Prince and Me was the best of the franchise. While this movie is cute, it is a typical sequel when a franchise tries to keep a story line going. The only time a sequel works, besides a good story line, is using the same actors with the same chemistry. While there is some consistency, it is always disappointing and gives the movie a "B" rated feeling. (especially when it doesn't go to theaters). It is cute and if you liked the second one, you'll like this one. I still prefer the original.
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