I just can't expect much realism in a "Royal" movie. There is usually going to be a touch of Cinderella in them. That is why I usually don't like them to start with. This movie takes those Cinderella touches and adds some other unrealistic things to the setting and throws some physical comedy on top of that. The premise also includes the trope of stopping the overdevelopment which will ruin our quiet town.But there is something about Brittany Bristow. I can't say her acting is great, but she really carries off that super sweet girl next door vibe. It makes me want to enjoy her like dessert. Such a character does nothing to redeem the already unrealistic bent of this movie, but it's still enjoyable.There are some moments you can't help but laugh despite how silly they are. I thought Bristow and Dan Jeannotte had chemistry even if most of it was carried by Bristow. Their banter was enjoyable if not quite sparkling.This movie can quickly become annoying especially if you don't like the silliness or the total absence of reality. To like this at all requires acceptance of those elements. There are definitely some times where you either cringe or laugh.