In Buffalo, Jules (Katie McGrath) is a caretaker for her deceased sister's two children. Milo, almost a teen, is a handful whose latest scheme is to steal a video game. Unhappily for him, Jules makes him take it back and punishes him strongly, Little sister Maddie is a doll who also has a bad habit of eating junk food. Supporting them as a working woman, Jules is aghast to be let go from the antique store that she adores. Alas, its almost Christmas. However, Jules' sibling was married to an actual Prince of Castlebury, although the family disowned her husband Charles for marrying a commoner. Suddenly, at their doorstop is the butler of the King of Castlebury (Roger Moore) who, getting up in years, is finally willing to meet his grandchildren. With some misgivings, the entire brood goes off to a giant castle in a fairy tale setting. However, the staff, except for the kind butler, is stiff and unfriendly and so is the King. Why did he even want to entertain them when he is rude and disagreeable? Slowly, however, Jules and the children begin to change the unhappiness of the castle. This includes the now Prince in Waiting, Ashton (Sam Heughan) who has had to cater to his gruff father for a long time and who is nearly engaged to a demanding Duchess Arabella. As one might guess, Ashton admires Jules instantly. But, will he choose to follow his heart, like his brother did? This lovely film has an excellent cast in McGrath, Moore, and Heughan, along with all of the lesser actors. McGrath is uncannily similar to Keira Knightley in appearance, being a willowy brunette with a husky voice. Romcom fans will be glad to see her in future projects. How wonderful to see Moore, too, after his long acting career as The Saint and 007. Than, too, the setting in Romania is breathtakingly lovely while costumes, script, and direction add up to one very fine film. Yes, fellow romcom lovers, Hollywood has turned its back on us but good. But, don't you turn your back to this Princess. Television may be our only source of the movies we love but it is quite capable of giving us exactly what we want, thank goodness.