20 Funny Tweets About ‘A Christmas Prince 3: The Royal Baby’
Over the weekend Netflix dropped its third film in the popular Xmas movie franchise, A Christmas Prince 3: The Royal Baby, and let me tell you this movie is truly cursed…and I mean that literally.
If you’re a fan of these bonkers movies, you’re in for a treat with the latest film being the most nonsensical yet. The story rejoins Queen Amber and King Richard as they prepare to welcome their first child, but shit gets real when an ancient treaty with the nation of Penglia is stolen, which means err…their baby is cursed? Alrighty then!
It’s safe to say that Twitter had a lot of opinions.
Here are 20 funny tweets about A Christmas Prince 3: The Royal Baby!
— Lauren 🦄🦝🐾 (@lauren_kate1985) December 5, 2019
The absolute nonsense that is #AChristmasPrince3 can be summed up in this one screen grab where Queen Amber, who is 9 months pregnant, is reading a book called “My Perfect Birth Plan” and King Richard is reading a manual (that is longer than War and Peace) about building a crib pic.twitter.com/X9upa6bAWO
— Victoria Snell (@Vicky_Snelvis) December 6, 2019
I thought Aldovia was like the size of Liechtenstein. But apparently it stretches from Croatia to Romania, and there's an East Asian kingdom west of the Caspian Sea.
It's a whole alternate history! pic.twitter.com/SvRpqSRHPi
— Adam L. (@UpstateAdamL) December 6, 2019
In this essay I will argue that Aldovia, as the largest nation in Europe, could have prevented the rise of fascism by taking direct opposition to central European dictatorships. (What is Europe like in the Netflix Christmas universe?) #AChristmasPrince3 pic.twitter.com/lOAarjeqhB
— Dorothos Smith (@_Dottie_Smith) December 5, 2019
— Kels (@KelseyBarker22) December 5, 2019
me: knows the treaty is going to disappear
the treaty: *disappears*
— martha (@marthajoyx) December 5, 2019
— Dory (@dory1028) December 8, 2019
I'm watching the Christmas Prince Royal Baby movie and the line "sorcerers fell out of favor centuries ago" was just spoken seriously and I just cannot get enough of this terrible series of movies.
— Dr. Liz Powell (@sexpospsych) December 5, 2019
— Ian Allred&green (@IgnacioTodorojo) December 6, 2019
Amber: we need to bring Aldovia into the 21st century!
Also Amber: if we don’t sign the treaty by midnight my child is CURSED #AChristmasPrince3
— Love Actually No 1 Fan (@JennaGuillaume) December 7, 2019
I watched Christmas Prince : royal baby and Amber deadass gave birth to a full on 6 month old lmaooo
— 𝑳. (@GOCDNlGHTNGO) December 6, 2019
— Victorian Values (@vic_values) December 6, 2019
Sorry but Queen Amber’s labor was the most unrealistic thing I’ve ever seen 😂 no pain meds and she’s signing treaties and speaking in full sentences MOMENTS before giving birth? Bullshit. #AChristmasPrinceTheRoyalBaby
— Clownye West (@clownyewest) December 7, 2019
One of the best parts of A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby was the single hand towel they put down for when the baby was being born. You'll need a few hundred more, huns. #AChristmasPrinceTheRoyalBaby
— Sally Lewis (@sal_lew) December 7, 2019
— Jess Feser (@JessFeser) December 6, 2019
The Christmas Prince Royal Baby would have been so much better if the baby was actually cursed and they gave birth to it and it grew up to be this horrible demon child that was going to inherit the dystopian Christmas kingdom one day and everyone was living in constant fear of th
— Luna Fall (@moona_fall) December 7, 2019
i can’t believe #AChristmasPrince3 has romantic drama, political drama, friend drama, AND paranormal drama what a roller coaster!!!
— Roh (@rowheenee) December 8, 2019
— Davina 🎄 #AChristmasPrince3 out now! 👑🎉 (@LadyALover95) December 5, 2019
This is my favorite of the three. Need one set in Penglia, one for Simon & Melissa's wedding one for Emily when she's older, one for Sahil & Andy.#AChristmasPrinceTheRoyalBaby pic.twitter.com/3uHLNTTNOh
— the tittle in bearimy. (@AniiKas) December 6, 2019
I will be exclusively tweeting about @netflix’s “A Christmas Prince: Royal Baby” until January 1st.
— Emily Louise Russell (@emilyelmtree) December 6, 2019