Netflix has just confirmed a third Christmas Prince film and we want it now

Seriously, can Christmas just arrive already?

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Seriously, can Christmas just arrive already?

Christmas is long gone, festive markets are closed and turkey trimmings Pret sandwiches have left the stores, but if you were missing the festive period - we have good news.

Netflix has just confirmed that a third Christmas Prince film is on its way - and December can’t come soon enough.

The first film centred around Prince Richard of Aldovia falling for Amber, a US showbiz journalist, who along with the help of a hidden will in a wooden acorn decoration, managed to save the throne.

Next came A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, taking some inspiration from Harry and Meghan’s love story as Amber relocated to Aldovia where her wedding planning turned into an overwhelming ordeal.

And now as of today, it looks like there’s another Christmas Prince on the way, this time following - you guessed it - the arrival of a royal baby.

‘Baby Makes 3,’ captioned a post of a sonogram wearing a crown. ‘A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby’.

But being a Netflix film, the plot didn’t stop there.

‘It's Christmas time in Aldovia — and a royal baby is on the way!’ Netflix’s description of the third film reads. ‘Amber and Richard host royals from a faraway kingdom to renew an ancient truce, but when the priceless 600-year-old-treaty disappears, peace is put in jeopardy and an ancient curse threatens their family!’

There’s no official release date for A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, but we’re putting our money on December.

Now, seeing as it’s freezing and windy, we’re off to rewatch A Christmas Prince 1 and 2.

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

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