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Prince Liam, played by William Moseley on the original series, will have a real Tinder profile, complete with his photos (pictured) and interests, during the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, as part of the unpaid partnership between the cable net and the app.

The cabler is teaming up with Tinder, ahead of “The Royals” premiere, to promote the upcoming scripted dramedy via Prince Liam’s mobile dating profile.

There's no doubt William Moseley (Peter Pevensie) and Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie) are impressive, well-grounded actors who have grown in acting depth since the first "Narnia" movie.

Their on-screen sibling dynamic is also apparent off-screen, both joking and talking in sync.

She has appeared in all the sequels and is playing Lola in Mary, Queen of Scots.

Users of Tinder, a matchmaking mobile app for women 18 and older, who “swipe right” on Prince Liam will match up with him, resulting in a personal message from “The Royals” prince, followed by footage from the series.

Georgie Henley stated that William Moseley is like the older brother she has never had.

She had a small crush on the other brother, Skandar Keynes, but that was when she was 10 years old.

Ben Barnes, who plays Prince Caspian, said he was disappointed to have missed the chance to meet the Queen because of his commitments he made to perform the stage version of Sebastian Faulks's novel Birdsong directed by Sir Trevor Nunn.

We can look forward with every confidence to the next in the series, The Silver Chair, which has the potential to be the most cinematic of the series and contains one of my favourite fictional characters, the perennially depressed Puddlegum the Marsh-wiggle.

Anna Popplewell is an actress of English nationality who has been known for her endeavors in film, television and theater, particularly for the role of Susan Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia film series as well as for the role of Chyler Silva on Halo 4: Froward Unto Dawn.

Actor and writer Julian Fellowes, who welcomed the Queen to the cinema, said: 'The support of the Queen for the CTBF is fantastically important.

It keeps the whole profile of the organisation in front.'He strikes precisely the right balance between the moral content of the film – it is, more than any of the other Narnian books, a religious allegory – and the kind of action film that avoids preachiness and keeps the thrills and surprises coming at the speed demanded by the video-game generation. Lewis introduces him with the memorable opening sentence: ‘There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it.’He is more greedy, bad-tempered and untrustworthy even than Edmund was in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.