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'A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding' Is Finally On Netflix And Fans Are Ripping It Apart On Twitter

The moment we've all been waiting for is finally here. No, it's not Christmas yet. But the long awaited sequel to A Christmas Prince is finally on Netflix, so it may actually be better than Christmas. Well, for some of us who love awful, cheesy movies. 

READ ALSO: Netflix Is Releasing Another Christmas Movie And It's Just As Good/Bad As 'A Christmas Prince'

Last year, A Christmas Prince became a holiday fan favourite, and the fans basically begged Netflix for a sequel. Like always, Netflix did it's thing and now here we are, wanting it to be 5 pm on a Friday so we can binge watch the first and second movie. Or is that just me?

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Fans went absolutely nuts when Netflix released the trailer for A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding a couple weeks ago. Well, some fans have already watched the movie, and they're letting their true feelings show on Twitter. 

The sequel is based on Amber, the ordinary journalist, prepping to marry Richard, who is the prince of Aldovia. She thinks their love can trump all the royal expectations, but she soon realizes that she'll have to give up her normal life. Basically, the movie is a parody of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship if you ask me. Fans have been waiting a whole year for this sequel, but they're definitely not happy with it. Here are a few tweets to show that: 

As expected, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is not much the romantic movie but still okay. It’s exactly what you would have seen from the trailer haha

November 30, 2018

a christmas prince: the royal wedding is absolute garbage. not even worth it.

November 30, 2018

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding proves why some movies should not get a sequel. @netflix#AChristmasPrince2

November 30, 2018

Netflix’s A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is straight trash. But it’s cozy trash.

November 30, 2018

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Safe to say, fans are very disappointed in the movie versus the trailer. In the trailer, there seems to be a lot of conflict between the soon to be married couple, but one user said, "there was no conflict???" which is definitely something we all expected. If you watch A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, prepare yourself for a let down. Or if you love cheesy movies, then you may absolutely love it! 

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