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* ArtisticLicense: To the point where you wonder why on earth they even bothered to pick Denmark instead of a fictional kingdom, since they clearly had no intentions of actually making it resemble Denmark in any way.

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* ArtisticLicense: ArtisticLicense:
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To the point where you wonder why on earth they even bothered to pick Denmark instead of a fictional kingdom, since they clearly had no intentions of actually making it resemble Denmark in any way.



*** Not to mention that Edvard has a ''British accent.''

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*** ** Not to mention that Edvard has a ''British accent.''


* LoveEpiphany: Paige realizes she's in love with Eddie in the middle of an oral presentation

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* LoveEpiphany: Paige realizes she's in love with Eddie in the middle of an oral presentationpresentation.

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***Not to mention that Edvard has a ''British accent.''


* PrinceCharming: Eddie is a play-boy royal who quotes Shakespeare like some duke-lord guy.

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* PrinceCharming: Eddie is a play-boy playboy royal who quotes Shakespeare like some duke-lord guy.it's supposed to make any girl he recites it to fall for him.


* TheOtherDarrin: Eddie, played in the first two films by Luke Malby, is replaced by Chris Geere for the remainder; Creator/JuliaStiles only showed up in the first film, with Kam Heskin in the role thereafter.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Eddie, played in the first two films by Luke Malby, Mably, is replaced by Chris Geere for the remainder; Creator/JuliaStiles only showed up in the first film, with Kam Heskin in the role thereafter.


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A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between American premed student Paige Morgan (Creator/JuliaStiles) and Danish Prince Edvard (Luke Mably), a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie", orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.

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A 2004 RomanticComedy directed by Martha Coolidge, about the developing relationship between American premed student Paige Morgan (Creator/JuliaStiles) and Danish Prince Edvard (Luke Mably), a playboy who decided to attend college in America Wisconsin in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie", orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.



* RebelPrince: Eddie goes to college to get away from his life as a prince
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: While pretending to be a normal college student, Prince Edvard has to learn to deal aspects of life he had no previous experience with
* SexTourism: Eddie picks his college because it was featured in a Girls Gone Wild advertisement

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* RebelPrince: Eddie goes to college to get away from his life as a prince
prince.
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: While pretending to be a normal college student, Prince Edvard has to learn to deal aspects of life he had no previous experience with
with.
* SexTourism: Eddie picks his college chooses to attend UW-Madison because it was featured in a Girls ''Girls Gone Wild advertisementWild'' advertisement.
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A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between a premed student (Paige Morgan- played by Creator/JuliaStiles) and a Danish Prince (Edvard),a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie" orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.

Despite barely being noticed when it came out, the film has spawned a direct-to-video franchise. ''The Prince and Me 4'' came out in 2009.

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A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between a American premed student (Paige Morgan- played by Creator/JuliaStiles) Paige Morgan (Creator/JuliaStiles) and a Danish Prince (Edvard),a Edvard (Luke Mably), a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie" "Eddie", orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.

Despite barely being noticed when it came out, the film has spawned a direct-to-video DirectToVideo franchise. Sequels include ''The Prince & Me: The Royal Wedding'' (2006), ''The Prince & Me: A Royal Honeymoon'' (2008), and Me 4'' came out in 2009.
''The Prince & Me: The Elephant Adventure'' (2009).



* LoveEpiphany- Paige realizes she's in love with Eddie in the middle of an oral presentation

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* LoveEpiphany- LoveEpiphany: Paige realizes she's in love with Eddie in the middle of an oral presentation



* SexTourism- Eddie picks his college because it was featured in a Girls Gone Wild advertisement

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* SexTourism- SexTourism: Eddie picks his college because it was featured in a Girls Gone Wild advertisement

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Not to be confused with ''Fanfic/ThePrinceAndI''.

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** They also seemed to think dairy farmers still milk their cows by hand.


A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between a premed student (Paige Morgan- played by JuliaStiles) and a Danish Prince (Edvard),a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie" orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.

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A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between a premed student (Paige Morgan- played by JuliaStiles) Creator/JuliaStiles) and a Danish Prince (Edvard),a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie" orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.



* TheOtherDarrin: Eddie, played in the first two films by Luke Malby, is replaced by Chris Geere for the remainder; JuliaStiles only showed up in the first film, with Kam Heskin in the role thereafter.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Eddie, played in the first two films by Luke Malby, is replaced by Chris Geere for the remainder; JuliaStiles Creator/JuliaStiles only showed up in the first film, with Kam Heskin in the role thereafter.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Eddie, played in the first two films by Luke Malby, is replaced by Chris Geere for the remainder; JuliaStiles only showed up in the first film, with Kam Heskin in the role thereafter.

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* ArtisticLicense: To the point where you wonder why on earth they even bothered to pick Denmark instead of a fictional kingdom, since they clearly had no intentions of actually making it resemble Denmark in any way.

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Despite barely being noticed when it came out, the film has spawned a direct-to-video franchise. ''The Prince and Me 4'' came out in 2009.

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* PrinceCharming: Eddie is a play-boy royal who quotes Shakespeare like some duke-lord guy.

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A 2004 RomanticComedy about the developing relationship between a premed student (Paige Morgan- played by JuliaStiles) and a Danish Prince (Edvard),a playboy who decided to attend college in America in order to party as much as possible. Edvard, or "Eddie" orders his chaperone to help him keep his identity quiet, and hides it from his fellow students, including Paige. Despite a rather poor beginning, the two eventually get along, learn from each other, and fall in love. However, when Eddie's identity is inevitably revealed, drama ensues due to the clash between Paige's dreams of becoming a doctor and his responsibilities as a crown prince.
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!!This Film Contains Examples Of:
*LoveEpiphany- Paige realizes she's in love with Eddie in the middle of an oral presentation
*OppositesAttract
*RebelPrince: Eddie goes to college to get away from his life as a prince
*RichInDollarsPoorInSense: While pretending to be a normal college student, Prince Edvard has to learn to deal aspects of life he had no previous experience with
*SexTourism- Eddie picks his college because it was featured in a Girls Gone Wild advertisement

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