Los Angeles: An English country manor, a gaggle of giggling bachelorettes, a slew of butlers and one very mysterious ginger-haired Prince Charming are at the center of Fox`s new dating show, where the bachelor is not quite what he seems.Meet Matt Hicks, the 24-year-old British environmental consultant who bears more than a passing resemblance to Britain`s Prince Harry, and was given the task of persuading 12 American girls that they were vying to date the fun-loving royal."As far as I was aware, impersonating a member of the royal family was treason and I`m pretty sure the punishment for that was being locked in the Tower of London," Hicks told Reuters.Premiering on Tuesday, Fox`s "I Wanna Marry Harry" spins a twist on the televised dating format used most notably by ABC for "The Bachelor," where one man is charged with finding love from a group of 25 women, honing it down to the lucky one over a series of glamorous and drama-filled dates. Hicks, brought up in Hertfordshire, a neighboring county to London, went to Southampton University, graduating with a degree in geology and oceanography, a different path from his royal look-alike`s military career. In "I Wanna Marry Harry," Hicks was sought by the show`s producers after being spotted on a celebrity look-alike website, and was given the ultimate makeover. They dyed his blond hair red, gave him intensive training on royal family history and put him in a manor house with guards and a facade of wealth.His quest, over five weeks and a series of dates, is to persuade the girls that he really is the 29-year-old prince, and at the end, to reveal his true identity to the one girl left, and hope that she accepts him for his real self.
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