The Princess Switch 3 Review: Everything you should know!
The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star is a 2021 American Christmas romantic comedy film directed by Mike Rohl and written by Robin Burnheim Berger, based on the characters created by Berger and Megan Metzger.
The third film in The Princess Switch franchise stars Vanessa Hudgens, Sam Palladio, Sueanne Brown, Nick Sagar and Hazel Beatty. The story follows Margaret Delacourt, Duchess of Montenaro, Stacey Juliet de Novo Wyndham, Princess of Belgravia,
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And Lady Fiona Pembroke, Margaret’s cousin. When a priceless Christmas relic is stolen, the three come together and find a mysterious jewel thief.
The Princess Switch 3 Review: Is the movie worth watching?
The only scene above it is when Fiona (Vanessa Hudgens) tries to walk a dog and ends with a sled-like snow-covered pavement by the very Great Dane at the end of the leash.
But it turns out that this outsider also has something to contribute when her cousin Queen Margaret (also Vanessa Hudgens) needs her help—and she can do her own community service.
Margaret and Fiona’s look-alike cousin from America, Stacy (also played by, you know), Prince Edward (Sam Palladio), along with her handsome but clueless husband, is on hand for the much-anticipated Christmas pageant.
One thing is certain: the festivities will be dripping with enough lights to drive up a staggering electricity bill. They do not suspect that an intrigue of continental proportions is about to shake Montenaro’s impeccable ice globe.
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All is well in The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star and the Kingdom of Montenaro Now that Starr is back there, while Fiona is reunited with her mother.
It is finally Christmas Day, and the Montenaro tree is illuminated on top of the Vatican’s Star of Peace. Margaret and Stacey were able to complete the celebration successfully. Nevertheless, Fiona is upset with Peter, only for him to return and apologize,
While also promising that they will not waste any time together. The film puts the drama aside and ends with a kiss between Fiona and Peter, stating that Christmas was really fun for everyone.