Friday, March 9, 2018
AN AMERICAN GIRL HAPPENS UPON A ROYAL ROMANCE IN ‘ONCE UPON A PRINCE’ PREMIERING APRIL 7, ON HALLMARK CHANNEL
Starring Megan Park and Jonathan Keltz Part of the Network’s “Spring Fever” Programming Event
STUDIO CITY, CA – February 27, 2018 – Megan Park (“9JKL,” “Jane the Virgin,” “My Christmas Love,”) and Jonathan Keltz (“Cardinal,” “Reign,” White Night ) star in “Once Upon a Prince,” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, April 7 (9 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Channel as part of the network’s annual “Spring Fever” programming event, featuring an irresistible lineup of romantic, original movie premieres celebrating the hope of the spring season. Landscape architect Susanna (Park) just found out her boyfriend isn’t ready to settle down and now she’s stranded with a flat tire and no jack. But lucky for her handsome Nate (Keltz), complete with a British accent, pulls up. While he’s never changed a tire, she has, and as they work together under the “Lover’s Oak” she finds out he’s in public relations in a country called Cambria. What Nate doesn’t mention is he’s actually Prince Nathaniel and about to be crowned King Nathaniel. Though there’s a spark between them, he must find a Cambrian bride. Nevertheless, the two fall for each other and their intimacy is caught on film. His secret out, a sad prince must leave his sweet Susanna behind and head home to appease his mother. Determined to prove her son’s “American” can’t handle royal life, the Queen arranges for her to apprentice with a landscape architect in Cambria but her plan backfires when the two grow even closer. Telling Susanna if she loves her son she’ll let him go, the Queen leaves Nate’s American sweetheart with a painful choice. Distraught when Susanna suddenly disappears during his coronation, Nate confronts his mother, explaining his love for his country and Susanna are both equally true. Now he must find a way to be Susanna’s Prince Charming as well as Cambria’s loyal King. “Once Upon a Prince” is a Annuit Coeptis Entertainment film. Maura Dunbar and Tracy Andreen are the executive producers and Oliver De Caigny serves as the producer. Alexander J.F. Wright directed from a script by Tracy Andreen, based on a novel by Rachel Hauck.