After being discovered by Ellen DeGeneres, Sophia Grace and Rosie move from daytime talk show guests to acting in their own adventure. Here the cousins help the kingdom of Switzelvania crown a new Queen.
Why Is Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure Rated G?
Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure is rated G
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Violence: Depictions of slapstick violence include scuffles, tumbles, stumbles and thrown objects. A woman breaks out of prison and steals a bike. A girl bites a woman on the leg. Characters experience peril when they are forced to perform in front of a crowd or walk along a ledge on the outside of a building. Some characters lie.
Sexual Content: One princess performs a mildly suggestive dance.
Language: Brief terms of Deity and some name-calling are included.
Alcohol / Drug Use:A woman has a saline solution injected in her lip for cosmetic reasons.
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The twin twosome Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen were also child stars. They can be seen in It Takes Two and New York Minute. The pitfalls in the path to coronation are also explored in The Princess Diaries.
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Home Video Notes: Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure
Release Date: 20 May 2014
Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure releases to home video (Blu-ray / DVD / UltraViolet) with the following extras:
- Pink! Pink! Pink! The Story of Pink
- The Royal Music Jam: Laying Down The Beats with Sophia Grace & Rosie
- Ellen’s Favorite Tea Times Moments
- Outtakes And Bloopers