Is it possible for you to have a chance to marry Great Britain’s most sought after ginger bachelor? Yes, a very, very slim chance especially when it won’t even be him you’re meeting. But hey, it’s a chance to be on a reality TV series anyway.
Word is FOX is green-lighting the ‘I Wanna Marry Harry’ reality series which showcases 12 American females who are stashed away at the stately Englefield House in Berkshire primping and prepping to meet the red-headed royal. There is only one problem. The man they are likely to catfight and backstab over is an imposter named Matthew Hicks who is actually nine years younger than the charming Prince Harry. Imagine the disappointment when they eventually find out the truth.
The project which comes from Ryan Seacrest and ZigZag Productions is revving up for a summer premiere date.
Bogus dating reality series are nothing new. Single women competed before for the affections of a handsome guy they were led to believe was ultra rich in ‘Joe Millionaire.’ If Prince Harry does decide to pop the question to his girlfriend Cressida Bonas, it will be interesting to read all the comments that will surely come if this coincides with the show’s airing.