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Royal New Year's Eve (2017)

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An aspiring fashion designer falls in love with her socialite client's prospective fiance, Prince Jeffrey.

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Monika Mitchell

Writer:

Rick Garman
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Jessy Schram ... Caitlyn Enderby
Sam Page ... Prince Jeffrey
Crystal Balint ... Doris
Hayley Sales ... Lady Isabelle Collins
Cheryl Ladd ... Abigail Miller
Andrew Kavadas ... Barnaby
Nicole LaPlaca ... Leighton Miller
Gerard Plunkett ... King Richard
Mike Carpenter ... Waiter
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Magazine assistant and aspiring fashion designer Caitlyn's world is turned upside down when Prince Jeffrey and his presumed future fiancé Lady Isabelle come to town. Isabelle hires Caitlyn to design a dress for the royal New Year's Eve ball where Jeffrey is expected to propose, which could launch the fashion career she's always dreamed about. Navigating through her boss Abigail's efforts to sabotage her, Caitlyn spends time creating a dress fit for a princess with her friend Doris, and planning the ball with Jeffrey. Caitlyn and Jeffrey begin to develop feelings for one another but Jeffrey's royal commitment to marry Isabelle and assume the throne stands in between them. As the New Year's Eve ball approaches, Jeffrey and Caitlyn must decide if they can overcome royal tradition to pursue their happily ever after. Written by Happy_Evil_Dude

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Aired as the last of twenty-one original films in The Hallmark Channel's 2017 "Countdown to Christmas" lineup. See more »

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Good with a few Cinderella elements.
31 December 2017 | by MIssM19See all my reviews

I want to mention that i'm not from the USA but I got to watch and tweet live. So yay!

Our main character has the opportunity of a life time when she gets to design the dress of the maybe future princess, but she didn't expect to fall in love with "Jeff" the man who doesn't carry the crown, after they have to work togethet to organize a ball.

The movie was good enough. Jessy Schram did a pretty good job as the lead character. She was basically Cinderella (as in Once Upon a Time) Honestly, I would watch all Hallmark movies Sam Page is in, and even though his character was as charming as usual, and making good decisions, the accent didn't work work for me.

The chemistry between the actors was a pleasant one to watch, but I do believe Jessy was the best part of the movie.

I am SO grateful that the ending turned out that way and didn't rush their relationship.

Definitely not the best movie but if you like these movies, it is one to watch.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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