Queen of Christmas movies, Vanessa Hudgens, is starring in a new one currently on Netflix called The Knight Before Christmas.
To sum up the plot, a Knight from the 1300s time travels to 2019, meets Vanessa Hudgens, they fall in love in four days, and blah blah blah, you know the rest.
And in a huge bomb dropped subtly during the movie, turns out that apparently The Knight Before Christmas belongs in the same cinematic universe as another Netflix Christmas classic, A Christmas Prince.
Let me explain.
In one scene in The Knight Before Christmas when they are decorating the Christmas tree, Vanessa Hudgens' character's sister (played by Emmanuelle Chriqui) shows off this acorn ornament to her daughter.
And then in a moment that left my bones shaking, and my mouth gaping open onto the floor, she says that her parents brought the acorn back from their trip to ALDOVIA.
And you know who lives in Aldovia? YEAH, ALL THE PEOPLE IN A CHRISTMAS PRINCE. The guy is literally Prince Of Aldovia!
But it's not just like it's any stupid acorn ornament from a gift shop. The acorn has major significance!! It appeared prominantly in A Christmas Prince.
In fact it was made very clear that it was a very important acorn.
So important that the acorn was actually hiding a signed piece of paper that proved the Prince was the rightful heir to the throne even though he was adopted (just watch the movie if what I'm saying sounds confusing.)
So either the grandma and grandpa here have a lot of money and bought the one and only extremely historically siginifcant acorn belonging to the royal family, or souvenir shops began to sell replica acorns as a symbol of what transpired.
Either way, Aldovia exists in the world of The Knight Before Christmas, which means Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens) and the time traveling Knight exist in the same world as A Christmas Prince, which sets up the third movie in the A Christmas Prince trilogy to make more sense because apparently there's a "curse" plotline and if there are time traveling Knights in this world, then curses can fly too.
So yeah, now we know that at least these two films exist in the same world. However The Knight Before Christmas also confirmed that not all Netflix movies exist in this universe.
Speficially we can cross out Holiday In The Wild, which is one of the movies that Sir Cole (the Knight) binges.
And also The Holiday Calender, the movie playing when Brooke brings Sir Cole home for the first time.