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Think Joe Millionaire but with an actor who looks only vaguely like Prince Harry and you have the premise of I Wanna Marry "Harry", which is apparently a real, completed show from Fox.
(They filmed it in secret, to keep up the charade.) Twelve American women were shipped to a fancy estate in England, where they competed for the romantic attentions of a Prince Harry look-alike — except the guy is not Prince Harry, or even a titled cousin of Prince Harry.
Strip away the royal sashes and, it seems, lads are just lads.
PHOTOS: Reality TV: THR's 50 Most Powerful List The men are housed in the Midtown region, possibly because it's one of the only quasi-walkable places in the city.
PHOTOS: Kim Goodman Gives the Odds on Which Fall Shows Will Survive The premise of the series is boilerplate: Four wealthy, foreign men have come to America to live in a house together and date American women, all while pretending that the shabby house and low-paying jobs are who they really are.
"It was all completely new to me so I just sort of winged it.
Get to know him in the video below, and then meet the suitor's who'll be hoping to win his heart.
The 26-year-old fashion publicist and designer has been single for a year and is ready to ditch the LA dating scene.
First introduced is Lord Robert Walters, or Rob (American alias: "Tate Morgan," "Morgan after Dexter Morgan, the serial killer") from London, a 29-year-old with four homes around the world.
Rob is easily the best-looking, most charming and snarkiest of the men, and as such is the most well-groomed (perhaps literally) for the camera, easily outshining his castmates to start the series.
"Sal," as he prefers to be called, is used to a palace with 50 servants and makes quick claims to his own bathroom upstairs, denouncing the idea of sharing a bathroom as unthinkable.