The Prince and Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon

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The Prince and Me: A Royal Honeymoon
The Prince and Me 3.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Catherine Cyran
Produced by Les Weldon
Danny Lerner
Elyse Eisenberg
Written by Blayne Weaver
Starring Kam Heskin
Chris Geere
Adam Croasdell
Jonathan Firth
Todd Jensen
Joshua Rubin
Music by Andrew Gross
Cinematography Emil Topuzov
Edited by Irit Raz
Nu Image
Sobini Films
Distributed by First Look Studios
Release date
October 28, 2008 (2008-10-28)
Running time
92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Prince and Me: A Royal Honeymoon (also known as The Prince and Me 3 and renamed The Prince and Me 3: Holiday Honeymoon when shown on television) is a 2008 romantic comedy film, directed by Catherine Cyran, which was released direct-to-video.


At last, the newly crowned King of Denmark, Edvard, and his wife and Queen, Dr. Paige Morgan, find time to fly to Belavia for their secret honeymoon. They spend their Christmas holidays at a ski resort, but as they take a tour of Belavia's natural beauty, Eddie and Paige discover that the evil Prime Minister Polonius [1] has given orders to bulldoze the precious forests to drill for oil. Paige and Eddie decide they must do everything they can to save the forest, even if it means putting aside their honeymoon. Then, the couple bump into Paige's ex-boyfriend, Scott, a journalist. Eddie immediately becomes jealous. Even though Edvard suspects Scott cannot be trusted, Eddie and Paige ask him for help with the media to try and stop the minister's evil plans. Scott, however, is being controlled by the evil minister, who tells him to spy on the couple. Scott tries to back out, but fails. Eddie tries to get an audience with the prince of Belavia, but fails, so he and Paige go to the Holiday Ball. Meanwhile, Scott tries to kiss Paige and says he is sorry he let her go. Disgusted, Paige walks away and goes to find Eddie, only to find him drunk.


  • Kam Heskin as Queen Paige
  • Chris Geere as King Edvard
  • Adam Croasdell as Scott
  • Todd Jensen as John Polonius
  • Jonathan Firth as Soren
  • Joshua Rubin as Oliver
  • Valentin Ganev as Prince Georgiev
  • Kitodar Todorov as Boris
  • Shelly Varod as Reporter
  • Branco Vukovic as German Reporter


  1. ^ Movie Review from Dove Foundation Accessed January 22, 2013

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