Summary: They have everything they would ever want except that special someone to share it with. This four-part documentary, produced for the BBC, follows three genuine princes as they arrive in the U.K. hoping to find love and romance with a real English rose. The princes -- Crown Prince Manvendra, the first Indian royal to come out as gay; Prince Africa Zulu, who wants to use his knowledge of hunting to entice his Mrs. Right; and Prince Remigius of Sri Lanka, who is looking for a queen to continue the royal line -- live and work as ordinary people for the first time in their lives. With their identities hidden, they trawl the bars and clubs, join Internet dating sites and even try their hand at speed dating. The guys also work everyday jobs such as cleaning hotels, waiting tables and bartending. At the end of their time in the U.K., the princes surprise their chosen ones by revealing their true identities and whisk them back to their kingdoms.