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WE Premieres Original Movie Charles & Camilla: Whatever Love Means December 3rd at 8:00pm

Profiling the early relationship of the Royal Newlyweds, Whatever Love Means premieres as part of WE’s Royal Treatment Weekend

NEW YORK, NY, October 6, 2005 – WE: Women’s Entertainment adds another jewel to it’s royal crown with the premiere of the WE Original Movie, “Charles & Camilla: Whatever Love Means” on Saturday, December 3 at 8:00pm ET. The movie premieres as part of WE’s Royal Treatment Weekend, December 2-4Th.

“Charles & Camilla: Whatever Love Means” captures the early years of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles relationship. Covering the time leading up to his marriage to Diana, the movie reveals surprising facts about the couple’s early relationship, including Camilla’s role in choosing Diana as Charles’ first wife. From their original meeting in 1970, through their on-off relationship, to their final conversation the morning of his wedding, “Charles and Camilla: Whatever Love Means” gives an in-depth look at an intimate relationship that was possibly the worst kept secret in England.

The film is a co-production with Granada International and stars Laurence Fox (Colditz and Island At War) and Olivia Poulet (The Rotters Club) as Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.

WE’s Royal Treatment Weekend is a marathon of movies, miniseries and WE original series and specials with a royal theme. They seem a world away but the royal families of Europe have been a part of American lives for years. They may seem to have everything but in reality, how different are these families from the common citizen. WE addresses viewers royal fascination with three days of programming dedicated to the trials and tribulations of European aristocracy. Weekend programs include “Diana: Her True Story”, “Royal Families of the World”, “Harry: The Mysterious Prince” and “Fergie & Andrew: Behind the Palace Doors”.

About WE: Women’s Entertainment
WE: Women’s Entertainment is the only cable network dedicated to helping women connect to one another and the world around them. With quality original programming including the hit series “Bridezillas,” unique movie packages like “Three Men and A Chick Flick,” topical specials and its public affairs initiative WE Empowers Women, the network supports women and appeals to their interests in pop culture, relationships and personal style. WE: Women’s Entertainment is a subsidiary of Rainbow Entertainment Services and is currently seen in over 55 million homes.

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