The Princess Switch 2: It’s Vanessa Hudgens Times Three in New Christmas Film on Netflix

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    Vanessa Hudgens plays three different characters in her new Netflix holiday movie, “The Christmas Switch: Switched Again.” It’s a sequel to the 2018 film, “The Christmas Switch,” about a Duchess named Margaret (played by Hudgens), who switches place with a baker from Chicago named Stacy (also played by Hudgens), who look exactly alike. They each fall for the man in each other’s lives. Now, Hudgens also plays a cousin to Duchess Margaret, named Fiona, who is a party girl. The American actress and producer hopes this movie will provide comfort and lightheartedness in time for the holiday season. #VanessaHudgens #ThePrincessSwitchSwitchedAgain #ThePrincessSwitch2

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