Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Finland
Type: Animation - TV Series
Runtime: 11.00 ' x 52
Original version: English , Spanish
Format: Colour, 2D Digital, Digital 5.1,
Crown Princess Stella has just received the best news ever! Due to water damage in the castle the royal family has to move out. Queen Kat sees it as the perfect opportunity to modernise. In line with King Bob’s royal motto “Closer to the people” they decide to live in a normal house in an ordinary suburb. It’s time to show the people that the Royals are just like everyone else.
For Crown Princess Stella, moving is the best thing that could happen to her. She has always wanted to live a regular life, go to a real school and just blend in. But blending in when you have always stood out is not easy, especially when you do not have the remotest idea of how ordinary things are done.
Will the Royals manage to combine state dinners and opening speeches with cooking, football practice and cleaning the house? All without the help of the numerous staff they are used to? If not, it won’t be for lack of trying. Stella, her sister Molly, their parents and pets will discover everyday life with enthusiasm and a touch of eccentricity while they try to stay true to their own royal traditions and duties.
As if finding your own way in a new reality wouldn't be hard enough, the family has to do it under the watchful eye of the nosy neighbour, the lurking paparazzi, the mayor and the incredulous Queen Mother, all of whom are convinced they will fail.
Navigating a school hallway when you’re 13 years old can be a daunting task for anyone and a thousand times harder when you’re the new girl in town. School plays, math lessons, crushes and cool crowds all need to be tackled with wit and finesse. Will Stella, with the help of her new found friends Mia and Maja thrive in this new environment or will it prove to be too big of a challenge for her?
Our series explores the challenge of adapting to change without losing your identity.