The Princess Diaries

The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries

Year

2001

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Mia is a perfectly ordinary San Francisco teenager - until she learns that she's also the crown princess of a faraway kingdom called Genovia. The Queen of Genovia hopes that Mia will take up her royal position and preserve the centuries-old bloodline - which sounds like every little girl's dream come true. But unfortunately, Mia isn't a little girl any more and the Queen has her work cut out in making the awkward social misfit ready for the throne.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language.

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