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Netflix Releases The Trailer For A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding

Netflix Releases The Trailer For A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding

Calling all fans of A Christmas Prince: it's time to drop everything because a two-minute trailer for the long-awaited sequel is finally here.

The wonderfully festive A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding , which is released on 30th November, follows on from the events of last year's A Christmas Prince, in which young journalist and blogger Amber falls for handsome Prince Richard in the fictional nation of Aldovia.

In the sequel, we'll finally be able to follow Amber and Richard's story a year from where we last left them.

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The follow-up film shows the pair getting hitched in a romantic royal Christmas wedding, but not everything goes to plan, as the trailer hints.

It seems drama constantly follows the couple, as Richard finds himself in the midst of a political crisis, and Amber finds herself torn between her life as a journalist and blogger and her future as Queen, and her desire to be who she is while still following royal protocol such as wearing a questionable wedding dress and veil.

Not only that, but in a plot twist worthy of Meghan Markle's romance with Prince Harry, Amber even has to deal with royal staff telling her to shut down her blog.

Fans have been excited for the sequel ever since May, when, to coincide with the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Netflix gave fans what they'd been hoping for when it tweeted a sneak preview of the sequel, alongside a caption saying:

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"Hear Ye, Hear Ye Ms. Amber Moore and His Royal Highness Prince Richard of Aldovia kindly request the honor of your presence at their royal wedding later this year".

And if you can't wait to pull on your Christmas jumper and settle down with blankets and hot chocolate in front of a festive film, you'll be pleased to know that this sequel is just one of many holiday movies available on the streaming service.

As well as classic films like Love Actually, we're looking forward to watching more Netflix originals like The Princess Switch, The Christmas Chronicles and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter's Tale.

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Check out a glimpse of all the festive fun Netflix has to offer in its Christmas sizzle reel here:

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding premieres on Netflix on 30th November.

Words by: Deborah Cicurel

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Christmas, TV Entertainment, Netflix

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - [email protected]