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TV review: The Windsors, series three, episode six

If it continues along in the vein of the majority of the third series it'll be increasingly disappointing and only fitfully amusing.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 1st April 2020

The Windsors Series 3 confirmed

Channel 4 has confirmed that The Windsors, its sitcom portraying members of the Royal Family, will return for a third series.

British Comedy Guide, 25th June 2019

Rowan Atkinson to take a year off from acting

Rowan Atkinson is to take a year off from acting to look after his youngest daughter while his girlfriend Louise Ford focuses on her acting career.

Daily Mail, 3rd February 2019

Either you spent the run-up to the royal wedding pulsating with excitement, or, like me, trying to choke yourself with a commemorative tea towel to avoid having to watch any more coverage. In this sour, curmudgeonly spirit, I was grateful for playful, dissenting voices, and The Windsors duly obliged with their hour-long Royal Wedding Special, which included Harry (p]Richard Goulding]) letting down "top bird" Meghan (Kathryn Drysdale) by embarking on a stag night that resulted in him dressing up in an SS uniform (ahem, again), and Kate (Louise Ford) insisting that William (Hugh Skinner/p) get a vasectomy.

Barbara Ellen, The Guardian, 20th May 2018

A wickedly witty send up but are the Windsors watching?

This Royal Wedding special was bursting with ideas like a box of exploding confetti.

Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 16th May 2018

Rowan Atkinson to be a dad for the third time

Mr Bean star Rowan Atkinson is to become a dad again - at the age of 62. The comedy legend's actress partner Louise Ford, 33, is expecting their first child in the next few weeks.

The Mirror, 12th November 2017

The Windsors, series 2 episode 3 review

A breezy cross between a revenge tragedy, a Carry On film and an episode of Dynasty.

Ben Lawrence, The Telegraph, 19th July 2017

Channel 4 comedy series The Windsors to return for Series 2

Channel 4 comedy show The Windsors is to return for a second series. Six new episodes will be filmed for broadcast in 2017.

British Comedy Guide, 3rd June 2016