26/04/2011 13:23 BST | Updated 22/05/2015 10:12 BST

We Review William And Kate: The Movie

The romance of Prince William and Kate Middleton has fairytale written all over it and as the Royal Wedding is the most talked about event this year it was only a matter of time before someone in Hollywood made a film about it.

MyDaily has just watched that film and we're almost certain it won't be making it into the Royal couples DVD collection...

Will is played by New Zealand-born actor Nico Evers-Swindell and has a tad more hair than the real-life Prince. While elegant beauty Kate is turned into a Hollywood pruned starlet by British actress Camilla Luddington.

Made on the cheap and in LA, the straight-to-DVD movie is laugh out loud tacky. Think dodgy accents, overly groomed actors attempting to look British, wooden acting and cheesy Mills & Boon style dialogue.

It somehow felt wrong watching Wills and Kate in bed together and we can't imagine the Queen would be too impressed by the topics discussed.

The movie is 'inspired' by true events, inspired being the key word. Entire scenes have been made up and close observers of the real-life relationship will be puzzled to see that the names of many key characters have been changed - for reasons unknown.

The film is unashamedly cheesy and if you love all things Royal or simply fancy a laugh this flick should be high-up on your list of Royal Wedding memorabilia. It's almost worth buying just to see the funny chap they've cast as Prince Harry.

William and Kate: The Movie will be released on DVD on the 25th April courtesy of Revolver Entertainment.