For many of the Americans who follow the Royals, this past Saturday (May 19th 2018) was a pretty exciting day. You see, it was the day Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle said their ‘I Dos.’ This inspired a little trip down memory lane in a romantic movie scene: The Prince and Me feature.
Here’s a little secret. I’m not one of the people who swoons over or follows this royal love story, but let me tell you another secret. I am one of those girls who swoons over a good fictional royal romance.
Fangirl Confessions | Hallmark Channel’s ‘Royal’ Romantic-Comedies
Yes, I realize, this is a kind of contrary fan girl situation.
As we established earlier this week, one of my favorite royal love story staples is the Hallmark network. On their channel, there are plenty of sweet and old-fashioned royal romance stories. Several of which I talk about in my list. Also, over on Silver Petticoat, I curated a list of ten royal stories (books and films!) that you might enjoy if you need something to read or stay in and watch on a lazy night in.Romantic Movie Scene Feature | Paige and Eddie from 'The Prince and Me.' Click To Tweet
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You can rent or own The Prince and Me on Amazon Video or purchase on DVD.
You can read the entire “romantic moment” over on Silver Petticoat via the links below (which will redirect you to Silver Petticoat). This spotlight involves Shakespeare and laundry (!!!). Somehow it’s a scene that works really well for these pair, and film. Have you seen this romantic-comedy; what are your thoughts on this romantic movie scene: The Prince and Me? Do you like or dislike it? Tell me about your favorite moment from this film!
THE FILM: The Prince and Me (2004) THE PAIRING: Paige Morgan (Julia Stiles) and
Eddie (Luke Mably)
THE MOMENT: Eddie teaches Paige about Shakespeare
One of my most nostalgic romantic comedy favorites is a little film called The Prince and Me. In fact, I still have this vague memory of being at the theater, and seeing the life-size cutout poster art for the film. Needless to say, the romantic teenager in me was a little bit enchanted with The Prince and Me. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat →