Hear ye, hear ye, the Netflix original Christmas movie A Christmas Prince — not to be confused with A Royal Christmas or A Princess for Christmas — has made quite a splash this yuletide season. And as is wont to happen with any well-received feature film, lots of fans are already clamoring to find out if A Christmas Prince will get a sequel. Unfortunately, it looks like the answer hasn't been unveiled; Netflix has yet to publicly say whether or not another A Christmas Prince is in the cards. So, fans will just have to sit tight.
On Nov. 17, Netflix presented the library with a gift box that was wrapped in red and green paper and topped with a crown. Inside the parcel was a motion picture about an American reporter (played by iZombie’s Rose McIver) who takes a trip to the fictional European country of Aldovia to try to dig up dirt on the prince (played by Ben Lamb). Shenanigans, hijinks, and, yes, romance ensue.
What's that? It's a delightful love story about a prince, a reporter, and the Christmas season that’d fit right in with either Hallmark's holiday lineup or Lifetime's made-for-TV roster (and yes, that’s a compliment)? And it ends with a *spoiler alert* royal proposal? You mean to say it boasts an ending that totally lends itself to a follow-up? Nay, needs a follow-up?
When the reporter meets the heir to the throne, *another spoiler alert* the inevitable happens: She pretends to be the tutor of the princess, she falls for the prince, the prince falls for her, a poem spills some beans, and a Christmas ornament spills some more beans. The movie ends with *yet another spoiler alert for good measure* the prince flying to New York on New Year’s Eve and popping the question to the reporter. And no, his question isn’t “Can you please strike that from the record?”
Understandably, people love A Christmas Prince. And they want more A Christmas Prince. And they seriously hope this isn't the last of A Christmas Prince. Some have ideas for a sequel to A Christmas Prince. Some have questions about the future of A Christmas Prince. And many sincerely hope another A Christmas Prince happens, and soon.
The Next One Could Take Place During Easter
Think of all of the royal secrets that could be tucked inside plastic eggs! Or hidden inside boxes of stale Peeps! Or nestled in Cadbury Creme Eggs!
Or It Could Be About Their Wedding
There'd be bonus points for a wedding that takes place on Christmas, duh.
Oh, Wait Here It Is
Here's Some Useful Math
Another solid title idea.
In All Seriousness, We've Gotta See That Wedding
The Princemas Heads Are Counting On A Follow-Up
... No, "Princemas heads" is not the official name of The Christmas Prince fandom, but it shall do for now.
Don't. Let. The. Princemas Heads. Down.
The sequel has got to happen. It's just got to.
Well, This Sounds Like Another Great Movie Idea
Would watch. Would watch all of these sequel ideas.
Some Fans Are Getting Santa Involved
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
It Isn't Just A Want
It's a need.
You Know It's Serious When Judge Judy Gets Involved
No nonsense here.
Come on, A Christmas Prince sequel. Please don't leave us hanging. A Christmas Prince 2: Lost In New York. Or I Still Know What You Did Last Christmas. Or Legally Christmas Prince 2: Red, Green, & Royal. Really, any name will do, as long as A Christmas Prince makes its triumphant return to the streaming screen relatively soon.