By focusing on exceedingly wealthy young women living in multi million pound properties in Notting Hill it loses the charm of the original. In one scene the mother complains about paying the mortgage and funding the business of one of these young women. But in reality the house in Notting Hill would have made millions in the time frame they were meant to own it so not sure they would be too worried.
So you have to suspend reality whereas the original was unapologetic posh. Not necessarily wealthy which is maybe something that the new writers have misunderstood. The ending is frankly ridiculous and again suspends belief.
Its sweet enough but unsatisfying although probably would be better if it wasn't burdened with the film link. Doubt we will see this again which is a shame as it seemed like a good idea.