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TLC brings “Secret Princes” to U.S.

U.S. network TLC is expanding on Undercover Princes, the BBC3 series it aired in January, with a new installment, bringing four royal bachelors from overseas to live in Atlanta, Georgia, as ordinary locals.
August 17, 2012

U.S. network TLC is expanding on Undercover Princes, the BBC3 series it aired in January, with a new installment, bringing four royal bachelors from overseas to live in Atlanta, Georgia, as ordinary locals.

Premiering on September 21 at 10 p.m. EST/PST, Secret Princes (pictured above) will see Prince Francisco of Spain, Prince Salauddin Babi of India, and the UK’s Lord Robert Walters and Honourable Ludovic Watson of Houghton Hall come to America to live, work and search for love.

Without their fleet of servants, the four men must learn to cook, clean and shop for themselves, while holding down jobs as busboys, waiters and dog groomers. After four weeks, the men reveal their secret heritage to their potential partners at a ball.

The series is coproduced by Objective Productions and Kalel Productions, the team behind the original Undercover Princes format.

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