Royal Christmas movies are fan-favorites, and Lifetime has one for you this Christmas. That movie is Christmas With A Crown. Sometimes that guy in front of you is a real-life Prince!
This stars Lisa Durupt (Time For Them To Come Home For Christmas, Heartland), Marcus Rosner (Love On Harbor Island, UnREAL), Teryl Rothery (Virgin River, When Calls The Heart), and Michael Lazarovitch (Christmas Cupcakes, Liberty Crossing).
Ready for some Royal romance feels?
What Is Lifetime’s Christmas With A Crown About?
It’s A Wonderful Lifetime is airing a Royal Christmas movie, Christmas With A Crown. What is it all about? According to The Futon Critic, after Cassie (Durupt) returns to her hometown to revive her family’s traditional Christmas festival. It was always something her late mother did, but the whimsical town of Wintervail had discontinued it after she died.
There, she meets a dashing stranger, Nicolas (Rosner), who’s volunteered to help organize the event. He is so invested in participating in the event. She does not understand why. Nicolas is not even from Wintervail! He shares that he was “captivated” by the story of this place.
However, sparks begin to fly between them. In addition, little does she know that he’s really a prince in disguise. He is just longing to find the true spirit of the holidays. He just wants one Christmas where he can enjoy the magic of the holiday. Maybe Cassie can help?
Meanwhile, his mother, Queen Mary (Rothery) demands that he returns for the Christmas Day coronation. If he does not show up, he abdicates the throne. That is a pretty heavy price to pay!
It will take a Christmas miracle of royal proportions for their hearts to meet as one.
When Can You Watch Christmas With A Crown?
Lifetime’s Christmas With A Crown premieres on Wednesday, December 8, at 8 p.m., Eastern.
Where Did Lifetime Find A Castle During Covid?
In Lifetime’s Christmas With A Crown, part of this movie takes place in a castle. Was did they find a castle, while filming during Covid restrictions? Turns out, they found the perfect spot just outside of Edmonton, Alberta.
According to the Ryan Castle BnB Instagram post, they filmed part of the movie there. They wrote, “Filming Christmas with a Crown. It took a whole village of people to make this wonderful film. Countless hours and dedication from all made this such a great holiday classic. I hope everyone gets a chance to see this movie. It is one that shouldn’t be missed if you love Christmas movies! #christmas #christmasmovies#yegchristmas #yeglocalbusiness#christmaswithacrown #christmasfilm#christmasmovies #holidaymovie#holidaymovieseason #castle.”
In addition, if you want to have your own Royal holiday, you can stay at this delightful castle.
Don’t forget to watch the premiere of Christmas With A Crown, on Wednesday, December 8, at 8 p.m. Eastern, on the Lifetime Channel.
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