Cast and crew of Once Upon a Prince filming on Taylor Road in Metchosin. (Photo contributed)

Hallmark movie Once Upon a Prince filming in Metchosin

Film starring Megan Park and Jonathan Keltz uses fields and sea-scapes on Taylor Road

The upcoming Hallmark movie Once Upon a Prince is being filmed in Greater Victoria and is taking advantage of the picturesque views and character buildings.

READ MORE: Prince to move into Victoria castle

One of the last stops for filming was Taylor Road in Metchosin, with crews shooting an outdoor scene with a tree wrapped in outdoor lights and the ocean in the background.

Other locations to be featured in the film include Oak Bay Marina, Royal Roads (Hatley Castle), Government House and Riffington Manor – the home of Oak Bay News’ owner David Black, said Darren Robson, production manager for Royalty Productions.

The movie is expected to air April 19 starring Megan Park and Jonathan Keltz.


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Field and sea-scape set for Once Upon a Prince. (Photo contributed)

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