Where was The Princess Switch 3 filmed?

The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star (LR).  Femi Elufowoju Jr.  as Cardinal Aked Amoah, Sam Palladio as Prince Edward, Vanessa Hudgens as Stacy, Vanessa Hudgens as Queen Margaret, Nick Sagar as Prince Kevin in The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star.  Cr.  Mark Mainz / NETFLIX © 2021

Get ready for more double goodness, because the long-awaited third part of the Princess Switch series, The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star, premieres on Netflix on November 18th! If it’s something like the first two movies, we can not wait for the adorable fun one-liners, feel-good romantic moments and the beautiful scenery and castles. But with all these amazing sets, viewers might be wondering where this franchise was actually filmed. Lucky for fans, the countries Belgravia and Montenaro are not entirely fictional.

While the original Princess Switch was mainly admitted to Romania, The Princess Switch: Switched Again was recorded in the Scottish cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Like the second part, The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star was also filmed in Scotland, with venues such as Newbattle Abbey College in the Scottish county of Midlothian near Edinburgh. There has also been speculation about the other specific landmarks and cities that holiday-rom-com has established itself in, which include Hopetoun House in South Queensferry, Edinburgh Gateway train station and Glasgow Cathedral.

The Princess Switch 3 follows Margaret, Duchess of Montenaro; Princess Stacy of Belgravia; and Margaret’s cousin and double Lady Fiona. All three roles are played High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens. In the upcoming third part of the series, Margaret and Stacy are hosting a holiday event in Montenaro. All is well until the Star of Peace – an invaluable artifact and the highlight of the festival – is stolen, leaving Margaret and Stacy with no choice but to turn to Fiona for help. The Princess Switch 3 will bring back familiar faces like Nick Sagar, Sam Palladio and Suanne Braun, who will all repeat their respective roles alongside Hudgens.

If you love the Princess Switch franchise as much as we do, it might be time to add Scotland to your travel wish list! In the meantime, you can fantasize about the beautiful country while watching The Princess Switch 3 on Netflix on November 18th.

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