Anne Hathaway Will Return to Princess Diaries 3 After The Baby is Born

Posted 2016/03/15 7058 0

Director Garry Marshal confirmed that "Princess Diaries 3" is currently being planned and Anne Hathaway already agreed to return as the Princess of Genovia.

Recently, Garry Marshall confirmed that the third installment of Princess Diaries series is currently planned to produce, as well as made sure that Anne Hathaway will reprise her breakout role in “Princess Diaries 3” after her baby is born.

He told PEOPLE: "I was with Anne Hathaway a couple weeks ago, it looks like we want to do Princess Diaries 3 in Manhattan. Anne Hathaway is very pregnant, so we have to wait until she has the baby and then I think we're going to do it."

Although the third movie is merely the desire of the main actress and the director, Disney already expected to turn the green light for the project after Anne Hathaway  gives birth to her first child. There is some rumors that the baby will be born this month because the actress was caught very pregnant at a gym in Los Angeles on March 14th.


When asked whether Chris Pine will return to Princess Diaries 3 or not, Garry Marshall said: “Maybe … He’s quite big now, you know. Chris Pine likes me, you know why? Because his father [Robert Pine] is in ‘Mother’s Day.'” The actor played in the second movie named The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement as Nicholas Devereaux, the princess' lover. At that time, he was not a big star yet because Star Trek series did not come back until 2009.


In 1/2016, during the promotion of his new film The Finest Hours, Chris Pine excited the fans by hinted his willingness to play in Princess Diaries 3. When asked: "Do you pray every night for a Princess Diaries 3?", Chris answered: Pine’s answer would do any Mia Thermopolis fan proud: “Have you been reading my diary???”

Princess Diaries helped Anne rise up quickly on her career ladder in 2001. She returned to play as Mia Thermopolis in the sequel named The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement released in 2004. The original movie is based on Meg Cabot's 2000 novel of the same name. Released in North America on August 3, 2001, the film peaked at #3 at the box office. The Princess Diaries was a commercial success, grossing $165.3 million worldwide. The sequel, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement was not based on any novel and it brought back $134.7 million for the filmmakers.