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->''"God bless the King--I mean the faith's defender;\\
God bless (no harm in blessing) the pretender;\\
But who pretender is, or who is King--\\
God bless us all--that's quite another thing."''
-->-- '''John Byrom'''

Combination of SwappedRoles, IdenticalStranger, PrincessForADay and FishOutOfWater. Two [[{{Doppelganger}} physically identical people]] from different backgrounds swap roles (either by fate or by arrangement) and have to learn how to [[MockMillionaire fake being]] [[KingIncognito each other]]. Everyone has AnAesop before episode's end, usually something to do with the [[GrassIsGreener grass being greener on the other side]].

Comes from the story ''Literature/ThePrinceAndThePauper'' by Creator/MarkTwain, and is regularly used in Disney TV movies, but not commonly in TV episodes, unless twins are involved.

If one is literally a prince (or other royalty), there will usually be a plot by the EvilChancellor to depose him underway when the switch happens.

Compare with EmergencyImpersonation and FreakyFridayFlip. Also see TwinSwitch and MockMillionaire.


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* This happens in ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' when the queen of the Moonrace decides to switch places with a lookalike on a whim. This has severe repercussions on both characters and on the war between the Moonrace and Earthrace, ultimately culminating in [[spoiler:the lookalike going to be Queen of the Moonrace in the actual queen's place]]
* ''Anime/LupinIIIVsDetectiveConan'', the MadeForTVMovie {{crossover}}, incorporates EmergencyImpersonation into this trope by having one of the parties (a bratty RebelliousPrincess) trick the other (Ran Mouri from ''Conan'') into swapping clothing, then runs off. Comes complete with EvilChancellor attempting to murder the princess.
* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episode "Dawn of a Royal Day!" had Dawn trade places with Princess Salvia - who wanted to participate in a Pokémon contest - who then gave her Togekiss to Dawn to gain experience as she traveled.
* This trope {{deconstructed|Trope}} is the premise of ''Manga/{{Barrage}}'': Prince Barrage finds Astro, a boy from the slums who looks and sounds exactly like him, and forces Astro to take his place as prince while Barrage runs off intending to lead a life of hedonism--but Barrage gets assassinated by a sniper as he's leaving and disappears off the rooftops they're on. This effectively forces Astro to [[EmergencyImpersonation impersonate Barrage to keep the kingdom's political enemies at bay]]. [[spoiler:Those closest to Prince Barrage knew immediately that Astro was an impostor but have agreed to keep the façade as well for the same reasons.]] Then it's subverted: [[spoiler:Astro is the true Prince. His ParentalSubstitute and mentor kidnapped him from the palace and replaced him with a doppelganger made of dark power and raised Astro in the slums to spare him the court's manipulations.]]
* In ''Anime/TanteiOperaMilkyHolmes'', Sherlock switches places with her body double Queen Claris so Claris can get out of an ArrangedMarriage.
* Occurs in episode 15 of ''Anime/BraveBeats'', between Prince Ramin of Estella and Hibiki. Unlike most examples of this trope, Hibiki's parents and friends immediately realize that Ramin isn't Hibiki.
* In the ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' movie "Nobita's the Legend of the Sun King", Nobita swaps roles with a Mayan prince who looks just like him.
* In the second episode of ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'', Doremi uses magic to [[FreakyFridayFlip swap bodies]] with her wealthy friend Hazuki.
* In Chapter 136 of ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'', Raku and Chitoge meet foreign princess Maruusha Lu Vieh Nonbeeri, who looks just like Chitoge. The princess ran away from her bodyguards because she wanted to see Japan with her own eyes, so Chitoge decides they should switch places so that the princess can freely go look around town with Raku while Chitoge distracts her bodyguards.
* In one episode of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', Spritle switches places with IdenticalStranger Jam, Prince of Saccharin.
* ''Anime/PrincessPrincipal'': [[spoiler: At the end of episode 2, it's revealed that several years ago, Ange and Princess Charlotte switched places, each imitating the other. This may be part of Princess's motivation to be a spy for the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth is planning "Operation Changeling", in which "Ange" is to replace "Charlotte", making this a ''recursive'' Prince And Pauper'']].

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In one Franchise/{{Archie comic|s}}, Lil Archie agrees to take the place of a weary prince who is identical to him. Lil Archie then successfully puts down an uprising, while the Prince is off enjoying his freedom.
* ''ComicBook/{{Bunty}}'', a British comic for girls, used this plot a few times. One recurring strip, "The Imposter!", involved wealthy Victorian heiress Lady Harriet switching places with her maid Hetty for a day, but then Hetty steals a valuable heirloom belonging to Lady Harriet and claims to be her. Lady Harriet is forced to remain as a servant until she can find a way to prove her identity.
* The old UK AnthologyComic ''Nipper'' (1987) had a strip called "Will & Bill", in which a working class kid who looked identical to the then-five-year-old Prince William would exchange places with him.
* ''ComicBook/{{Jinty}}'' had "Daisy Drudge and Milady Maud". The former is a lady mistaken for a servant, and the latter is a servant mistaken for a lady. Unlike most examples of this trope, they weren't identical.
* In the ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons'' comic issue "The Artist Formerly Known as Bart", Bart switches places with a look-a-like rock star named Biff Westwood.

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* The Barbie film ''WesternAnimation/BarbieInThePrincessAndThePauper'' had a near identical double pretend to be the princess with the help of a wig. The plot was later reused in ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAsThePrincessAndThePopstar'' and ''WesternAnimation/BarbieInRocknRoyals'' (although in the latter case the two protagonists don't exactly look alike and the swap came about because of an administrative mistake).
* ''Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper'' was a Disney adaption starring Disney/MickeyMouse and a look-alike as the prince and the pauper.
* ''WesternAnimation/OpenSeason 3'', where Boog the bear is accidentally mistaken for a Russian circus bear who looked exactly like him, while the real Russian bear simultaneously traded places with him so that he can live in the wild.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/TradingPlaces'' plays with this; the people aren't physically identical. Instead, two really rich old guys are pulling the strings.
* The various versions of ''Film/TheParentTrap'', including a movie starring the Olsen Twins circa age 11, use a variant on this plot in which each of the swapped characters is both "prince" and "pauper" at the same time.
** And, in all versions ''except'' the Olsen Twin one (which was titled ''It Takes Two''), the protagonists were related. Incidentally, the only film versions to actually have twins playing twins were the original ''Das doppelte Lottchen'', and the 1953 UK version ''Twice Upon A Time''.
** And there's also the [[AdaptationDisplacement original book]] ''Das doppelte Lottchen'', published in English as ''Lottie and Lisa''.
* ''Film/[=TheLizzieMcGuireMovie=]'' had Lizzie impersonate an Italian pop singer, because another idol wanted to ruin the real ones career when he in fact lip syncs.
* ''[[Film/{{Garfield}} Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties]]'' has this as its main plot, with Garfield being mistaken for an identical cat (named Prince, amusingly enough) who has just inherited his eccentric owner's estate. Played with on Garfield's end: he doesn't have to ''act'' like Prince, he just has to ''look'' like him, and stick around long enough for the paperwork to be signed so that the estate doesn't fall into the hands of [[EvilChancellor Lord Dargis]].
* ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' short "Alfalfa's Double" has a rich kid named Cornelius from another neighborhood who looks just like Alfalfa. When he bumps into Alfalfa they decide to swap roles. HilarityEnsues.
* ''Film/TheGreatDictator'', where Charlie Chaplin plays both a Hitler-esque dictator and a Jewish barber, naturally ends up like this.
* ''Film/ClassAct'' has a juvenile delinquent and a genius high school student end up swapping roles when their pictures are swapped on their school records.
* ''Film/{{Dave}}'' is a 1993 film about Dave Kovic (Kevin Kline), who is hired for a night to replace President Bill Mitchell (also Kline) to cover up an affair. After the president unexpectedly suffers a stroke during sex with his mistress, Kovic becomes the "real" president and gets to work.
* ''Film/SummertimeSwitch'' is another non-identical version of the plot: an orphaned delinquent and a spoiled rich kid are being sent to a juvenile detention center and a luxury summer camp respectively for the summer. However, since they [[NamesTheSame both have the same name]] (Fred Egan), there is a mix up at the bus terminal and they end up switching places.
* ''Clambake'', in which Music/{{Elvis|Presley}}, heir to an oil fortune, switches places with Will Hutchins, water ski instructor, in order to prove he can win the girl and win the race without Daddy's money.
* This is Plot C of ''Film/{{Frenemies}}''. Savannah, the skater girl who had a crush on Jake in Plot A, meets a British princess named Emma who looks just like her and they switch places. However, they both find it very hard to live with each other's families and things get even more complicated when they have to date each other's boyfriends making each of them jealous. In the end, they forgive each other and switch back.
* ''Film/TheHotChick'' has a bit of BackStory at the beginning explaining the amulet which causes the FreakyFridayFlip of the main story. In it, a princess is using the amulet to trade places with her slave. The princess's motive is to escape her ArrangedMarriage, so we can assume that the plan was for the switch to be permanent.
* Couples with EmergencyImpersonation in ''Film/DoubleTake'', where a big-shot New York investment banker named Daryl Chase (Creator/OrlandoJones) has been framed for murder and money laundering and needs to [[RunForTheBorder flee to Mexico]] to figure out who's doing it. Throughout his ordeal, he's hounded by a street-wise hustler named Freddy Tiffany (Eddie Griffin). While on a train, Freddy suggests they switch roles in order to help Daryl escape. Daryl puts on Freddy's cheap street clothes and a fake mustache and tries to act like a working-class guy (mostly using stereotypes), while Freddy puts on Daryl's expensive suit and glasses and is surprisingly good at fitting in with the high-class crowd. In fact, [[spoiler:Freddy is an undercover FBI agent working on exposing corruption within the CIA, so there is little strange in him knowing how to fit in]].
* The premise of the fourth ''Film/{{Beethoven}}'' movie revolves around Beethoven being mistaken for the dog of a wealthy family, and vice versa (neither family learns about the switch, however).
* In ''Film/ItTakesTwo'', a rich girl and an orphan take advantage of being identical strangers to live each other's lives.
* In ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'', Georgy briefly trades places with Freder by switching clothes with him.

* The trope is named for [[Literature/ThePrinceAndThePauper a Mark Twain novel]] in which StreetUrchin Tom Canty gets mixed up with Prince Edward VI of England.
** An element that [[UnbuiltTrope rarely get used in other works]] is that both try to come clean and get it reversed. Of course, even at the crowning ceremony, no one takes the pretender seriously that he isn't really the prince until the real one shows up.
* Quoted, played straight, subverted, lampshaded, deconstructed, and reconstructed in ''[[Literature/{{Duumvirate}} Billy and Howard]]''. Repeatedly.
* This is the main plot element of Anthony Hope's 1894 novel ''Literature/ThePrisonerOfZenda'' (and the subsequent film)
* Serge Dalens not only uses this trope in ''Le Prince Éric'', but has one of the characters read the final scene of the novel to the scouts who're going to save the titular prince.
* A similar plot is used by Creator/RobertAHeinlein in ''Literature/DoubleStar'' (although, to be fair, in this novel the duplicate is an actor, who uses his own skill at acting rather than merely accidentally being a body double)
* Parodied and subverted all to heck in ''Split Heirs'' by Creator/LawrenceWattEvans and Creator/EstherFriesner, in which there are '''three''' physically identical people (though one is a [[HalfIdenticalTwins girl raised as a boy]]).
* Happens in the ''[[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]]'' book ''Literature/TheHorseAndHisBoy'', with Shasta and Corin. It turns out, though, that [[spoiler:the "pauper" is actually the rightful prince, and the "prince" is just his few-minutes-younger identical twin. Said twin is ''happy'' to find this out because it means he doesn't have to bother with the responsibility of being king.]]
* Happens in the Literature/MythAdventures novel ''Hit or Myth'', where King Roderick convinces protagonist Skeeve, the court magician, to temporarily take his place using illusion magic. Of course, Skeeve finds out a little too late that the King did it because he was due to be married to the queen of a neighboring kingdom who's rumored to be [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen insanely greedy and bloodthirsty]]. It turns out that [[spoiler:the Queen IS ambitious and clever, but not evil, and catches on to the switch instantly...but when she shows more interest in marrying Skeeve than the King, the conflict becomes finding the King and getting him back to the wedding without the Queen finding out and killing him.]]
* Occurs in at least two of Creator/TheBrothersGrimm's fairy tales:
** "The Goose Girl" - where a princess, traveling to another kingdom for an ArrangedMarriage, is forced by her maid to trade places with her, also forcing her to [[IGaveMyWord swear an oath]] not to reveal the truth. The prince suspects she's not just a simple maid and asks her to tell the truth. She says she can't tell him because of her oath. He suggests that there's [[LoopholeAbuse nothing stopping her]] from telling her story to an iron stove and that she couldn't help if if he happened to overhear.
** "Maid Maleen" - where a FallenPrincess is asked by a prince's bride-to-be to take her place for the wedding night. The prince just happens to be the former princess' lover (lost when the princess's father locks her away when she refused to marry someone else).

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': As part of a plan to masquerade as her twin, Vampire Willow, Willow is obliged to swap her fuzzy sweater for leather bondage attire.
--> '''Willow:''' I guess vampires really ''don't'' have to breathe." [glances down] "Gosh, look at those."
* The premise of the Australian TV show ''Series/{{Minty}}''.
* Happens in the ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' episode "Warrior... Princess", where Xena (a commoner, despite her nickname) temporarily switches places with an [[IdenticalStranger identical-looking princess]] at the local king's request.
** The trope is taken to a new level in "Warrior... Princess... Tramp..." and in yet another new in "Warrior... Priestess... Tramp..."
* In the third season ''Series/TheManFromUncle'' episode "The Galatea Affair", U.N.C.L.E. agent Mark Slate is tasked with teaching working-class Bronx bar performer Rosie Shlagenheimer to act like THRUSH minion Baroness Bibi De Chasseur (both roles played by Joan Collins).
* This concept is used in a ''Series/{{Wishbone}}'' episode where he is telling the story.
* ''Series/TheMonkees'' episode "The Prince and the Paupers", where Davy impersonates a prince to help him get married.
* This was the premise of a reality show called ''A Walk in Your Shoes''. Two kids from different backgrounds got to take someone else's role for a day. For example, one episode had a girl who lived by the ocean switch with a boy from the Arizona desert. It even went into very serious topics like Muslims, AIDS, and teen parenting.

* in the 1896 John Philip Sousa opera "El Capitain," Don Enrico Medgua, the Viceroy of Peru, doubles for "El Capitain," the leader of the rebellion against the Spanish rule in Peru.
* The Moxy Früvous song "King of Spain" is all about this:
-->''"Prince and pauper\\
Junior and Whopper\\
World made up of\\
Silver and copper\\
Under my own volition\\
I took a change of position!"''
* Used in [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} The Story of Evil]] when[[spoiler: [[MeaningfulName Rillianne]], who was a [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen terrible ruler]] switches places with her servant and [[TwinSwitch twin brother]], Allen. A bit unusual in that this is not the beginning of the plot, but rather the dramatic climax of it and that Allen himself organizes the whole thing to save her from an uprizing. Under the Princess' guise he gets captured and promptly [[OffWithHisHead decapitated]] while the Princess successfully escapes. In a later song Rillianne is shown being burdened with regrets over his death, though, and in the finale she becomes a lowly nun in a monastery.]]

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In ''ComicStrip/AngusOg'', Tonald was once replaced by a Russian spy, who had a very hard time adjusting to Drambeg.
* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' had Opus temporarily switch places with Music/MichaelJackson at his request during MJ's heyday. Surprisingly, none noticed.

* The ZanyScheme subplot of ''Theatre/TheTamingOfTheShrew'', wherein Lucentio (son of a wealthy merchant from Pisa) and Tranio (his servant) switch clothes upon arriving in Padua. Tranio takes on Lucentio's identity while Lucentio pretends to be a tutor. (Whether the two actually resemble each other depends on your interpretation of the line "We have not yet been seen in any house/Nor can we be distinguished by our faces/For man or master". Regardless, it's clear that they get away with the switch because no one in Padua knows them, and in performance they generally look nothing alike.)

[[folder:Visual Novel]]
* Played with ''VisualNovel/TheRoyalTrap'' - from the beginning, there are rumors that Princess Cassidy is an impostor, and there just happens to be a similarly-pink-haired commoner girl in the cast being treated unusually well by the King and Queen. The whole story is... complicated.
** Played straight in Gaston's bad ending, where Madeleine [[WigDressAccent turns out to be near-identical to Cassidy once she has the right clothes and wig]] and has to learn to pass herself off as the princess. [[spoiler: This ends badly.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* [[spoiler:Justin Bieber]] of all people and Joel in ''WebComic/{{Forever 16}}'' [[http://jbwarner86.deviantart.com/art/F16-Unheard-Voices-197648813 as explained here]].

[[folder:Web Original]]
* {{Subverted|Trope}} ''[[http://sapphixd.tumblr.com/post/47925499191/rosesakurax-elanorpam-amischiefofmice The Prince and the Princess]]'', where a prince who wants to be a princess meets a TomboyPrincess, and they attempt to switch lives. Their parents see through the ruse almost immediately.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Used/spoofed in the ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' cartoon "The Prince and the Pinhead", which had a cartoon version of Mark Twain show up near the end to complain about the overuse of this plot.
--> '''Johnny:''' [[GenreSavvy Hey, you ain't one of them rich princes who wants to switch places with his exact double, are you?]]
--> '''Prince:''' Um, why, yes I am. You see, I -
--> '''Johnny:''' Wanna experience life as a commoner, I know.
--> '''Prince:''' Am I really that transparent?
--> '''Johnny:''' Naw, I just seen a lot of TV.
* In the 1987 ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' episode "April's Fool", Shredder kidnaps April confusing her for a princess, in order to [[HostageForMcGuffin get a jewel as ransom]]. It's played with in this case; April shows up for a party in a pretty dress not realizing it's a costume party, and because it's a fancy dress, she's the only person there dressed like royalty. Meanwhile, the princess gets pissed off with all the parties since she's forced to dress like a princess as usual, and sneaks out dressed as an ordinary person. The two don't actually see each other until near the end when the princess learned of her "kidnapping" on TV, and April never expresses a desire to be a princess.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' episode "Hank After Dark", Todd switches places with Prince Gustav, the despotic ruler of [[{{Ruritania}} Cordovia]]. None of Todd's friends and acquaintances notice that Gustav is clean-shaven and has a heavy Eastern European accent, but he otherwise looks like Todd. Meanwhile Todd, being the naive dope that he is, is forced to try and manage the politics of a foreign country torn by civil war.
* Done in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Recap/TheSimpsonsS20E3DoubleDoubleBoyInTrouble", with Bart swapping places with a rich kid... whose siblings are trying to kill him.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Make Play", Candace meets -- and trades places with -- Princess Baldegunde of Drusselstein.
* The ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' video "Princess and the Popstar - A Story of Trading Places."
* In an episode of Creator/TheHub's ''WesternAnimation/{{Pound Puppies|2010}}'', team member Squirt and high society pooch Mr. Cuddlesworth switch places after meeting at the shelter when the latter chihuahua runs away from his home.
* WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther and Sons episode "Millionaire Murfel" had Murfel trading places with a millionaire.
* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' episode featured a Princess who looked like Kimber. Kimber nearly was kidnapped and nearly killed by relatives of the princess who wanted to dispose of her. Luckily, [[BigBad Eric Raymond]] was so [[EvenEvilHasStandards horrifed]] when he found out that he warned the other Holograms what was going to happen.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'': [[AsHimself Mariah Carey]]'s pet monkey and Oscar's Mr. Chips had this forced onto each other when Oscar, while distracted by Carey's presence at the vet's office, threw an injured Mr. Chips into a sick room that was already occupied by Carey's monkey (who was sick due to eating Proud Snacks). Things go uphill for Mr. Chips (who is mistaken by Carey for her pet), and downhill for her pet, with the latter experiencing something close to slave labor regarding meals, and later having its piano playing skills exploited for cash. Things end up back to normal after the pet finds Mr. Chips and takes back his identity forcefully and returns to his rightful owner, and Chips to his.
* Done in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PopeyeAndSon'' with Junior and a prince.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FishHooks'', Oscar gets mistaken for the Queen of Fish England when he impersonates her [[ItMakesSenseInContext and almost ends up getting married to Mr. Muscles]]. At the end the real Queen of Fish England shows up and we find out that she was at Freshwater High impersonating Oscar... [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext for some reason]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' episode "Princess Johnny", Johnny is asked by [[TheMenInBlack Men in Black and White]] to impersonate a missing princess to avert a war. The princess (who looks like Johnny with lipstick) is found in an arcade; She ran off to 'be a normal kid'.
* The ''WesternAnimation/JohanAndPeewit'' episode "The Prince And The Peewit" that aired on ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' cartoon show.
* ''WesternAnimation/WatsPig'' is a justified example. Wat (the pauper) and the king actually are identical twins, but were separated as babies due to a botched kidnapping attempt. Wat fights in his brother's place during the second battle against the invaders, after an ImportantHaircut.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' episode "Lights Camera Mongoose" Sunil feels underappreciated, while another Mongoose who is a famous movie star wants to get away from stardom, so they switch places for the day. Though half-subverted as all of Sunil's friends knew about the switch to begin with, while the movie crew on the other hand plays this straight.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'', Piper meets Princess Perry who likes exactly like her. Since being a princess consists of boring and useless "duties" meant to keep her out of affairs of state (ie, any actual ruling), Perry ''knocks out Piper with a book'' and switches places with her just for a chance to get away from it all.
* ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'': Clover is Princess Sofia's bunny and Barley is a stray. They accidentally switch places in "Bunny Swap".
* Used/spoofed in the ''WesternAnimation/TrippingTheRift'' episode "Nature vs. Nurture".
* ''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfterFairyTalesForEveryChild'' retells the original story, but gives the main characters a GenderFlip.
* Creator/GoldenFilms made [[WesternAnimation/ThePrinceAndThePauper1995 their own version]] in 1995. For some reason, it included {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussyCats'', Valerie turned out to be a dead ringer for a princess from India, which lead to her acting as a decoy to catch the VillainOfTheWeek.
** Melody was more than once mistaken for somebody of elevated status, including one Outer Space episode where the residents of a planet mistook her for their goddess.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheWildThornberrys'' episode "Gobi Yourself", Eliza secretly switches places with a Mongolian girl who bears a striking resemblance to her.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula'' episode, “The Count and the Pauper – I Ain't Gonna Work on Maggot's Farm No More!", Duckula swaps roles with his lookalike Sid Quack and becomes a hard working, underprivileged farm-boy, while Sid becomes a spoilt, rich Aristocrat.