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The show's producers went to great lengths to trick the women on the show into thinking they were dating Prince Harry — going as far as bringing in a fake therapist to counsel skeptics.
"The producers would do things when the cameras weren't rolling," Jones explains.
convinced that Hicks was a royal — and recalls trying to talk sense into some of the contestants who were caught up in the lie, to no avail.
In fact, when she was sent home in the penultimate episode, it seemed to be a direct result of her rather open skepticism about Hicks' true identity."I think I didn't play well for the producers and editors because I wasn't willing to call him Harry," she says.
In fact, most of them have remained friends since filming wrapped and several of the contestants went on a Vegas trip together a year later.
Copeland, who teaches the deaf and hard of hearing for a living, says she auditioned as a favor for a friend in the casting department.
As he sees it, it was part of what they all signed up for doing a reality television show. "I don't know if they were upset because they'd been deceived or if it was upset things hadn't worked out between us," he says."When he met us and saw we were real people and I think he started, not regretting his decision, but feeling bad about being deceptive," Jones says of her impression of Hicks while filming. It wasn't his fault." Hicks is so not sorry, in fact, that he's still impersonating Prince Harry from time to time. #schweppes #growupstayorange #ecaliptoos #zoaproductions #HRH #princeharry #meganmarkle #princeharrylookalike #israel #campaign A post shared by Matt Hicks (@iammatthicks) on "It sounded like a good opportunity. "Not too much acting and a free trip to Israel — it was really cool experience."Among the projects he's turned down in the last four years since "There have been lots of offers," he says. For the women of 'Remember when you were criticized for being so naive and dumb to actually believe that Prince Harry would end up marrying some American actress and then, you know, here he is marrying an American actress,'" Birch says with a laugh.
"Whenever I had alone time with him, he would say, like, Birch thinks Hicks might have actually been in a tougher position than the contestants — because lying to that many people for that long is hard when you're not an actor (which, fair). He says he got "loads" of offers to appear as Harry after Earlier this year, an Israeli production company emailed him with an idea for a Schweppes commercial. In the commercial, Hicks plays Harry in scenes ranging from his wild, partying days to his new "grown up" persona as Meghan Markle's partner. Awesome couple of days, with some great people, shooting this entertaining clip for Schweppes. "Most of them I'm saying no to, but I'm sure there'll be another couple around obviously with the royal wedding coming up. "It's ironic, but it makes me feel a little better about the show — because I know we got some backlash about how dumb and naive and stupid we were to think that would actually be something he would do." But then, of course, he did!
He maintains that he never personally said he was royalty, even after the plan changed.
"I never wanted to lie outright and say that I was the prince. Let's just say that producers definitely encouraged the cast to their 'roles' on the show.
"I wasn't willing to go down that road, [and] I think I got knocked off the show because of that.