THE made-for-TV movie about Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton is getting panned by critics!
William and Kate: The Movie — which chronicles the early days of the royal couple’s romance — was dubbed “far worse than expectations, which were low to begin with” by Britain’s The Guardian. The newspaper said the movie was so bad it would probably be a smash.
“So bad it’s awful, toe-curlingly, teeth-furringly, pillow-bitingly ghastly,” the paper said. The movie suffers from poor acting, bad locations, and bogus accents, it said.
William and Kate: The Movie stars New Zealander Nico Evers-Swindell playing a dashing version of Prince William and Camilla Luddington as a highly emotional Middleton portrayed as determined to snag a prince, despite the obstacles she faces.
It loosely follows the ups and downs of the couple’s relationship, which began in their freshmen year as art history majors at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. The film includes key points in their relationship, including the scene where Middleton catches William’s eye at a fashion show wearing a see-through dress and lingerie. The trailer has already been widely viewed on YouTube.
Recent reports claimed Kate has told singer-turned fashion designer Victoria Beckham that she wants to wear her evening dresses during her honeymoon.
Middleton phoned the former Spice Girl to say she loved her outfits after the pregnant mum of three sent a selection of her spring/summer collection.
Kate also asked Victoria for general advice on evening wear during the romantic break after her wedding.
“Victoria is thrilled Kate loved her dresses and was only too happy to give her fashion tips,” a source said.
‘The ladies get on very well and Vic can’t believe she is helping to dress the future Queen.”
Last month Victoria told how she admired Kate, saying, “She is a beautiful young girl, she has a wonderful figure and I think she wears clothes beautifully. I would be honored if she were to wear my designs.”
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