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

The Windsors

  • TV sitcom
  • Channel 4
  • 2016 - 2023
  • 21 episodes (3 series)

Comedy soap opera based upon the lives of the Royal Family. Stars Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner, Louise Ford, Morgana Robinson and more.

  • Due to return for Series 4
  • JustWatch Streaming rank this week: 2,620

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Series 1, Episode 3

The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Andrew (Tim Wallers), Fergie (Katy Wix). Copyright: Noho Film and TV
Wills and Kate shun their royal life and move to her dream semi in Rickmansworth.

Further details

When a stranger claims that Prince Charles is his father, Charles questions who will be second in line to the throne after him. Wills and Kate shun their royal life and move to her dream semi in Rickmansworth. A pregnant Camilla, however, has other ideas...

Meanwhile, Beatrice and Eugenie do the parent trap to try to get Fergie and Andrew back together again, but an international PR crisis looks set to end any hope of reconciliation.

Pippa is seriously miffed when Prince Harry looks set to marry the Australian Prime Minister's daughter - can Harry save the Commonwealth? Will best man Prince Edward remember the rings? Or will the funny feeling in Harry's tummy turn out to be more than IBS?

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 13th May 2016
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Thursday 19th May 2016 10:00pm E4
Saturday 3rd December 2016 2:00am C4
Thursday 19th April 2018 10:35pm E4

Cast & crew

Cast
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
Tim Wallers Andrew
Richard Goulding Harry
Tony Jayawardena Sandy
Gordon Kennedy Alec
Guest cast
Ian Conningham Pub Landlord
Samuel Halpin Australian Dignitary
Michael Howe Edward VII
Susy Kane Woman
Tom Knight Registrar
Phillip Law Malcolm Turnbull (Australian PM)
John MacMillan Richard (Love child)
Thaila Zucchi Ashleigh (Harry's fiancé)
Writing team
Bert Tyler-Moore Writer
George Jeffrie Writer
Matt Denison Script Editor
Production team
Adam Miller Director
Izzy Mant Producer
Robert Wulff-Cochrane Executive Producer
Camilla Campbell Executive Producer
Mark Williams Editor
Mo Holden Production Designer
Ben Wheeler Director of Photography
Ian Masterson Composer

Press

The continuing appeal of the real-life royals probably now relies on a national weakness for kitsch celebrity trivia. Accordingly, the tone of this comedy is snarky but basically affectionate. Tellingly, there's no sign of the Queen - the tacit assumption is perhaps that, shorn of her starchy gravitas, the essential silliness of the rest of the family is ripe for lampooning. Tonight, Harry faces an arranged marriage, and the fruits of Charles's wild years cause succession problems.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 13th May 2016

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