Yes, indeed unfortunately the series “I Wanna Marry Harry” was cancelled; however, the final 3 episodes are available online, and so what was started must be ended and what follows is a summary of those final installments. There were 7 girls left, Maggie went out on a date with the suppose prince, but soon was eliminated. Meghan finally got the coveted key to the Crown Suite, but her attitude from being genuine and fun, suddenly changed to this outrageous over-the-top type of girl, who kept on referring to “Sir” as Babe. One time cute, however, once it becomes a habit, it turns into corniness and just outright annoying. And Kelley, turned into someone fixated on becoming a princess and began to appear almost psychotic about it; especially upon them being told that “Sir” indeed was Prince Harry.
The presumed prince had to hear from Kelley how Meghan talked down to others and just got on everyone’s nerves, such comments coupled with her over-the-top attitude got her to leave the estate, and later Jacqueline was asked to leave as well. That meant Rose, Karina, Kelley, and Kimberly were the four remaining girls, Rose had pretty much disappeared from the competition since winning on the first night, and by tying loose ends came to the conclusion that “Sir” was definitely not Prince Harry, ironically she admitted to him she did not mind whether he was a prince or not, that she liked him for who he was, before she was asked to leave the estate.
The final three girls got one last date and they all proclaimed love and hopes of becoming a princess, and “Sir” confessed to having a soft spot for all the girls, but that night to the relief of all watching the show, Kelley was asked to leave the estate. Then the scene was set only 2 girls left, dressed in gowns, fake snowflakes gently covering the grounds, “Sir” dressed in a tuxedo had a chat with both girls, and ultimately decided to ask Karina to leave the estate, and then it was time for Kimberly who upon being told that she was the chosen one, she was told the truth regarding “Sir” who in reality is Matthew Hicks an environmental consultant, and she ecstatic announced that she did not care and still liked him for who he was, and so another surprise came along in the form of Kinsley, -the butler-, who announced that since she still liked him, then they both could split $250,000 between them.
“I Wanna Marry Harry” ran on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT on Fox.