and follows twelve American women who are led to believe that they are competing for the affections of Prince Harry.
However, in reality the bachelor is Matthew Hicks, a Prince Harry look-alike.
On June 12, 2014, it was announced the show was pulled from the air in the US and cancelled after airing only four episodes.
The complete series was broadcast on the ITV2 channel in the UK, on Latin-American E!
ITV2 broadcast the first and second shows on the same night (June 4, 2014) and the first show drew 286,000 viewers (1.2%) from 9pm-10pm, while the second show drew 274,000 viewers (1.7%) from 10pm to 11pm.
Time magazine reviewed the US premiere, comparing it as "weirdly similar, down to minor details" to Joe Millionaire.
However, unlike Joe Millionaire, the magazine noted, there is no shame or guilt in the deception, which Time attributed to reality TV learning to become "lighter in tone yet more slick and ruthless." In the UK The Telegraph headlined its review "fodder for the braindead" and commenting "the floundering Harry lookalike wasn't a wild or weird enough character to carry the show, entertainment derived solely from the foolish bachelorettes." But it picks out the butler, Kingsley, as a "genre-bender of genius" who strays far from his brief.
The bachelor, Matthew Hicks, works for an environmental consultancy firm.
He had previously done some very small-scale impersonations of Prince Harry, but otherwise had no prior acting experience.
Before filming began, Hicks had his natural blond hair dyed red to match Prince Harry's hair colour, and was given brief training in "princely" activities he would need for the show, such as horseback riding, fencing and ballroom dancing.