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A Royal Christmas Ball (2017)

Movie Summary

Dateless for the Christmas ball, 39-year-old bachelor, King Charles of Baltania, tracks down his American college sweetheart. He soon discovers Allison has never been married, but has a 17-year-old daughter named Lily, who mathematically might be Charles’ biological princess.

A Royal Christmas Ball was originally released on ION Television December 10, 2017.

Where can I watch A Royal Christmas Ball online?

A Royal Christmas Ball is available to stream from the following providers:

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Is A Royal Christmas Ball available to buy on DVD?

A Royal Christmas Ball is not currently available on DVD.

When will A Royal Christmas Ball air on TV in 2023?

12/06/23 – 10:00pm on ION Plus
12/07/23 – 10:00am on ION Plus
12/15/23 – 9:00pm on UPtv

This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on ION Television. For a complete schedule of dates and times, view the ION Home for the Holidays Schedule.

Year Released

2017

Cast Includes

Tara Reid (Allison), Ingo Rademacher (King Charles), Haley Pullos (Lily), Faune Chambers (Eva), Mykel Shannon Jenkins (Sam), Mira Furlan (Rosa)

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4 thoughts on “A Royal Christmas Ball (2017)

  • Barbara James

    Loved the movie and rolls were cast appropriately.

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  • Nancy

    Maybe they need a new critic. I loved Tara Reid as the mother. She acted just as she should…a very hurt woman who still loved the man who hurt her. She was very reserved and would have been the perfect compliment to a king!

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  • The Critic

    Whomever cast the mother’s role should be fired. Tara Reid as a mother/archetect who had a relationship with a Prince while in college 17 years before? There were no other actresses that could play that part? Seriously?

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    • Anonymous

      Agree.she can not act and her face PLASTIC

      Reply

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