“Prince Charming’s seventh episode begins with seven remaining men. They are all fighting for the same man. That they are really willing to give anything for this is again apparent from the fact that they all sit together in a row, in the middle of a touristic square in Italy.
The group date’s assignment is to sculpt something about someone you hold dear. Everyone has a meaningful photo with them, but Jimmy jumps out of the group with his white teddy bear. I think it’s especially cute that he had already put this big hug in his suitcase before he knew this assignment was coming. It never ceases to amaze me how vulnerable everyone is towards the prince. This time it’s Jimmy, who tells openly about his bullying past and his family’s missing love, using his bear. Juicy Jimmy may have the largest mouth of the Palazzo, but clearly also a very small heart.
Prince Chris knows how to strike the right chord with everyone. When one of the men tells his story emotionally, he listens without judgment. The candidates feel safe. Because you have to remember that there is a whole crew around it, including a cameraman less than a meter away. And then Jimmy and the prince are also sitting on a square in the middle of Alberobello, or the most touristic village in all of Puglia.
Yet in the end it is the two men with the ugliest work of art who win the date: Linnen Lars and the True Jakop. I wouldn’t even use Lars’s artwork as an ashtray and I understand very little about the meaning of Jakop’s work. Something with a stable base and a container next to the door. In any case, again no date for Jimmy and Lesley.
Back in the villa, the feet are off the floor during the dance lesson of the Italian Roberta. I immediately thought: ‘poor Michael with his broken toe’, but suddenly he appears to be dancing the stars from heaven. You are a Latino or you are not. Prince Charming himself can also do something about it. Scott suddenly transformed into Eye contact Casper (he just kept looking the prince in the eyes) and Neville, of course, becomes uneasy again. Instead of a pirouette, he just gives the prince a kiss on the neck. By the way, I would also get nervous of all those men in a circle around you when you finally have the prince to yourself. And why was there no music on it?!
Long awaited French kiss
During the winning date the next day, Lars puts the prince at risk. That’s a tactic, of course. Unfortunately, a kiss on the mouth becomes a kiss on the cheek. It strikes me that when Lars comes home, he pretends it was a kiss on the mouth. Marcel is of course immediately stressed again. But that kiss on the mouth doesn’t mean much anymore. A few hours later – on the next and third date with Jakop – there is the long-awaited French kiss! So three times is clearly a charm! No starry sky this time, but golden hour. Even though those two were sitting on a bench in Almere in the pouring rain. Love is clearly in the air for them.
Meanwhile, Jimmy and Lesley take stock in the Palazzo. According to Jimmy, there is tension between him and the prince. According to him, that’s the reason why he hasn’t been on a date yet. The prince is of course afraid to fall in love in one fell swoop. Look, that’s what I call an (over) dose of self-confidence. Can Marcel get some of this? When he gets home, Jakop tries to avoid the question of questions: “Is there kissing?”. But, whether there’s a ceremony that night or not, Scott and Marcel don’t change until they have an answer. With the words ‘kissed, more than a kiss’ they have to do it. I’m just thinking, well, guys, just wait until you see the footage.
During the ceremony, this time two men are sent home. So there is finally some speed again. While the Goods Jakop first gets a tie clip (surprisingly, ahem), then it’s Linnen Lars who gets to come forward and hand in his tie. A visit to an archaeological museum is therefore not beneficial for your love life, who would have thought that. Unfortunately Michael can also pack his bags, but he hands in his tie with a big smile. By the way, I only looked at Jimmy’s hair during the entire ceremony (how much gel was in there all of a sudden?!) and at Marcel’s evasive look. He deserves a Oscar for looking away melodramatically when the Prince puts a tie clip on someone else. I love it!
Talk about drama. This season’s editor is competing for a Oscar for the teaser at the end of each episode. OMG, what’s going to explode next week! And this time all the drama revolves around none other than Prince Charming himself. So that’s why the prince kisses with so many candidates! He wants an open relationship and that is not what Marcel and Jakop came for. And blame them. There is no greater contrast with the serious Marvin, last year’s prince. Anyway, I’m ready for it. And also for the bare buttocks of Jimmy and Jakop.”
Source: De Telegraaf by www.telegraaf.nl.
*The article has been translated based on the content of De Telegraaf by www.telegraaf.nl. If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much!
*We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language.
*We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards!