Cast: Kam Heskin, Chris Geere
Director: Catherine Cyran
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 93 minutes
The latest installment in the popular franchise takes the newlyweds, King Edvard and Queen Paige on a journey to Asia to attend the wedding of Princess Myra of Sangyoon.
One year after their royal wedding, King Edvard (Chris Geere) and Queen Paige (Cam Heskin) of Denmakr receive an invitation to attend the wedding of Princess Myra of Sangyoon (Ase Wang). Upon their arrive, Paige finds Myra is unhappy with her arranged marriage to the sinister Kah and is secretly in love with a young elephant handler named Alu.
When the secret romance between Myra and Alu is revealed, Alu is thrown into jail, and the sacred wedding elephant goes missing in the jungle!
In order to save Princess Myra, Paige and Eddie must find the elephant and free Alu before convincing the king of Sangyoon that true love reigns supreme over all. The perfect adventure to celebrate their first anniversary!
Review: King Eddie and Queen Paige of Denmark travel overseas to attend a wedding in an Asian country, which places a refreshing twist on the fourth installment of the adorable The Prince and Me series.
The Prince and Me 4 storyline is adorable and portrays the beautiful story of romance and forbidden love with an amazing setting and colourful costumes.
Although this romantic drama is for young princesses the film does tackle real life issues and allows young audiences to see the importance in reaching out to those who are being exploited. Eddie and Paige begin a journey to stop the Princess marrying an evil dictator and to do this they take an action packed journey through the forest to find the sacred elephant, Kayla.
Many young princesses will enjoy this movie over and over again due to the charming colours, costumes and romantic journey. All audiences will enjoy the frequent cheesy moments accompanied by Asian culture, sounds of the jungle and geography delight.
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