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When it was announced that Fox would be airing a reality show this summer in which 12 single American women were flown to a British estate and led to believe that the man they were going on dates with was Prince Harry, we had of questions. How would the women respond to being told they had been making out for days not with Prince Harry, but rather with some random redhead?
(We found ourselves shouting at the television at one point, “But are you a ‘hopeless romantic’??? We like to imagine the parent of one of her students clearing his throat awkwardly when his son clicked to Fox last night (“Wait, is that .
As it turns out, the man of the estate is a semi-professional Prince Harry lookalike, Matt Hicks, who has been trained and educated in all matters royal. His focus seems to be on making sure he doesn’t mess up his deception and on assessing which girls are “flirting back” the most.
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