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A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby compared to Meghan and Harry

The latest sequel to a popular Netflix Christmas movie has been compared to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's love story. 

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby follows the story of former New York journalist Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and her European husband, the king of fictional Aldovia, Richard (Ben Lamb), preparing to welcome their firstborn in the film's third annual installment.

And after it hit screens last week, Twitter users were quick to draw parallels with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's story, noting the similarities with the run up to the birth, and the aftermath. 

Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: 'So is it safe to say this is a low Budget movie about Harry and Meghan? They just made them King and Queen'.

The latest sequel to a popular Netflix Christmas movie has been compared to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's love story (seen introducing Archie to the world in May)

And after it hit screens last week, Twitter users were quick to draw parallels with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's story, noting the similarities with the run up to the birth, and the aftermath

Another added of their viewing experience: 'Sees A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby on my Netflix screen* oh my god is it like documentary style? This b***h really thought they made a movie about Harry and Meghan’s baby'.

The festive rom-com tells the story of the couple, an American journalist and a European royal, much like LA-born former actress Meghan and British Prince Harry. 

The pair, who married in the second film, reveal they are keen to keep their firstborn's life as 'normal' as possible - similar to Meghan and Harry, who opted against giving Archie a royal title when he was born in May.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby follows the story of former New York journalist Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and her European husband, the king of fictional Aldovia, Richard (Ben Lamb), preparing to welcome their firstborn in the film's third annual installation

The couple also keep their baby's gender a secret, and discuss hypno-birthing in the flick, something reportedly considered by Harry and Meghan last year. 

Last December Vanity Fair's royal correspondent Katie Nicholl reported that Meghan was reading up on hypnobirthing techniques and was hoping to go for a natural birth.

Meanwhile the film shows Queen Amber throwing a lavish baby shower, an American tradition, something Meghan did in New York in the run-up to her birth.

Another added of their viewing experience: 'Sees A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby on my Netflix screen* oh my god is it like documentary style? This b***h really thought they made a movie about Harry and Meghan’s baby'.

Meanwhile the film shows Queen Amber throwing a lavish babyshower, an American tradition

Pictured:  Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Abigail Spencer Meghan Duchess of Sussex Baby Shower, New York, in February 

Elsewhere the couple introduce their fictional baby to the world in a photocall, while Harry and Meghan introduced Archie earlier this year. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed baby Archie Harrison in May, and have been careful to keep him out of the spotlight as much as possible.

According to reports the couple are keen to give him a down-to-earth upbringing away from the spotlight, much like Princess Diana wanted for Princes William and Harry. 

Elsewhere the couple introduce their fictional baby to the world in a photocall, much like Harry and Meghan did earlier this year

According to reports the couple are keen to give baby Archie a down-to-earth upbringing away from the spotlight, much like Princess Diana wanted for Princes William and Harry. Meghan is seen in November last year

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