William & Catherine: A Royal Romance (2011)

Director
Linda Yellen

Main cast
Alice St. Clair; Dan Amboyer; Jane Alexander; Victor Garber; Lesley Harcourt

Genres
Romance, Drama

Description
The film is based on the story of William of Cambridge and Catherine Middleton. Shown in the same life of William of Cambridge, and Catherine Middleton met at the University of Saint Andrews, besides the romance that they maintained, the break of it and commitment.


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