Remember the Netflix Christmas movie you watched last year that filled you with utter delight? No, not A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding. The one with lots of baked goods that nobody ate. No, not the Nailed It! holiday special! I'm talking about the Vanessa Hudgens double-take, The Princess Switch. Well, guess what? It's getting a sequel: The Princess Switch: Switched Again.
Here's a bit of a refresher. Last year, Vanessa took on two roles in TPC: Stacy, a "common" baker from Chicago, and Margaret, the Duchess of Montenaro. When the pair meet in the fictional country of Belgravia, they switch places and find themselves falling for the handsome men in each other's lives! One of those men is a Prince! The other man is super hot and has an adorable daughter! Win win....even after said men find out they've been lied to for days.
Unfortunately, happily ever after is never really everlasting, is it? According to the Netflix "See What's Next" Twitter account, the sequel follows some trouble in paradise for Duchess Margaret and Kevin.
"In the sequel, Duchess Margaret unexpectedly inherits the throne and hits a rough patch with Kevin so it's up to Stacy to save the day before a new lookalike—party girl Fiona—foils their plans," the tweet says.
Sounds like Vanessa will be playing a third role as well, or is it fourth counting "party girl Fiona"? Not only is the High School Musical alum starring in the holiday sequel, she'll also be producing the dang film!
When does this girl have time to breathe? This isn't even the only Netflix Christmas rom-com Vanessa is signed on for. She will also be starring in The Knight Before Christmas as "a kind science teacher who has been disillusioned by love." That is, until she meets a cursed medieval knight, who she must help get back to his time!
Though there is no word yet on a release date for The Princess Switch: Switched Again, The Knight Before Christmas hits Netflix on November 21.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.