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

The Windsors

Channel 4 sitcom about the Royal Family. 14 episodes (2 series), 2016 - 2018. Stars Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner, Louise Ford and others.

Another series is in development.

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

Series 1, Episode 4

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

Further details

Wills becomes obsessed by The Royal Variety Show, while Kate finds herself preoccupied with the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The family proves itself as 'in touch' as ever as Charles and Camilla try to pass themselves off as lefties, Beatrice nearly kills herself trying to do an actual office job, and Harry gets so drunk trying to distract himself from the fact that Pippa has seemingly moved on with another man that he ends up in a Latvian hospital. Can Edward rescue him, and can Harry win Pippa back before she takes a turn up the aisle with the new object of her affections?

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 20th May 2016
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Harry Enfield Charles
    Haydn Gwynne Camilla
    Hugh Skinner Wills
    Louise Ford Kate
    Morgana Robinson Pippa
    Richard Goulding Harry
    Ellie White Beatrice
    Celeste Dring Eugenie
    Matthew Cottle Edward
    Guest cast
    Frances Ashman (as Franc Ashman) Sonia (Adoption lady)
    Jonathan Cullen Justin (Archbishop)
    Oliver Gatz Derek (Beatrice's boss)
    Clive Hayward George VI
    Jessamy Stoddart Witch Actress
    Carolin Stoltz Clara (Mental Institute Nurse)
    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

    Video

    Prince William will be king

    William affirms his position.

    Featuring: Hugh Skinner (Wills), Clive Hayward (George VI).

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