The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Charles (Harry Enfield), Camilla (Haydn Gwynne). Copyright: Noho Film and TV.

The Windsors

Channel 4 sitcom about the Royal Family. 20 episodes (3 series), 2016 - 2020. Stars Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner, Louise Ford and others.

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Series 1

The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Beatrice (Ellie White), Harry (Richard Goulding), Eugenie (Celeste Dring). Copyright: Noho Film and TV.

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Friday 6th May 2016

Prince Charles tries to keep his family in order, but Wills wants to mingle with the people.

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The Windsors. Kate (Louise Ford). Copyright: Noho Film and TV.

2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Friday 6th May 2016

Beatrice and Eugenie's new careers as internet make-up sensations are dashed.

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The Windsors. Andrew (Tim Wallers). Copyright: Noho Film and TV.

3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Friday 13th May 2016

Wills and Kate shun their royal life and move to her dream semi in Rickmansworth.

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The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Charles (Harry Enfield), Camilla (Haydn Gwynne).

4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Friday 20th May 2016

The family proves itself as 'in touch' as ever as Charles and Camilla try to pass themselves off as lefties.

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The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Harry (Richard Goulding), Wills (Hugh Skinner).

5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Friday 27th May 2016

Wills has become disillusioned with his role and calls for a referendum on the abolition of the monarchy.

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The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Kate (Louise Ford), Wills (Hugh Skinner).

6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Friday 3rd June 2016

Can Wills save his family and his nation before Britain is sold to the Chinese?

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It's the royal family as you've never seen them before...

Featuring: Harry Enfield (Charles), Haydn Gwynne (Camilla), Hugh Skinner (Wills), Louise Ford (Kate), Morgana Robinson (Pippa), Ellie White (Beatrice), Celeste Dring (Eugenie), Katy Wix (Fergie), Matthew Cottle (Edward), Richard Goulding (Harry).