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Royally Ever After

(668) 6.1 2018

Royally Ever After is a TV movie starring Fiona Gubelmann, Torrance Coombs, and Barry McGovern. A teacher learns that her boyfriend is actually the prince of a small country called St Ives.

Fiona Gubelmann, Carmen Du Sautoy, Torrance Coombs, Barry McGovern
Lee Friedlander

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Lee Friedlander
Writer Aury Wallington, Aury Wallington, Gary Goldstein, Duane Poole
Stars Fiona Gubelmann, Carmen Du Sautoy, Torrance Coombs, Barry McGovern
Country USA
Also Known As Je vais épouser un prince!, Principessa per sempre

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2.5 out of 5 stars Verified Purchase
Format: MP4
After dating for one year, Sara Dimarco, a second grade New Jersey schoolteacher from a working class background, is pretty sure her boyfriend Danny, a struggling non-fiction writer from Britain, is the person she wants to spend the rest of her life with despite his obsessiveness in not having an online footprint, which makes her and her best friend and teacher colleague Caitlin believe he's hiding something. When on their first anniversary date he proposes having already secretly received the consent of her loving parents, Marie and Bert Dimarco, a waitress and construction worker respectively, and she accepts does he divulge the reason for not having an online presence: he, really Daniel Christopher Seamus Horatio Hughes (and not just plain Danny) is the crown prince and first in line to the throne of St. Ives, a small monarchy off the coast of Britain. While Marie and Bert welcome the news of the engagement and of his true identity, Daniel must now convince his parents, King Edmond and Queen Patricia, before anything can be considered official. In traveling to St. Ives with Daniel to meet his parents and convince them, Sara makes one misstep after another, she feeling more of a kinship to the palace staff than to Daniel's family. Sara can also pick up on the cues that the King and Queen are treading very carefully in not coming right out and saying that they won't approve of the marriage despite truly not willing to approve it solely because she is a commoner. Despite a rocky start, the one person with any sway who seems to be on Sara and Daniel's side is his sister, Princess Fiona, who they are unaware has ulterior motives in her actions. The question then becomes if Daniel and Sara's love for each other can overcome the obstacles to they becoming Prince and Princess and ultimately King and Queen of St. Ives.

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