The Windsors

News: Prince Harry Gets A Makeover In The Windsors

The third series of royal spoof The Windsors will see a completely new side to Prince Harry. Tom Durant-Pritchard (The Crown, Judy and Feel Good) will take up the role of the young prince. Under the orders of his wife Meghan (Kathryn Drysdale), Harry tries to replace his hard drinking and rugger-bugger ways with mindfulness and mint tea.  Fortunately though his IQ remains unchanged: 8.

Tom Durant-Pritchard said: “I am thrilled to be joining The Windsors family... it has been a pleasure playing such a well-loved character.”


Interview: Kathryn Drysdale & Richard Goulding - Meghan Markle And Prince Harry In The Windsors Royal Wedding Special, C4

Harry and Meghan are excited about their impending marriage but before their big day they must take Charles (Harry Enfield) to America to meet Doria, Meghan's down-to-earth mum.

Back in the UK, Wills and Kate are struggling to cope with the added duties of having a third child, leading to a marital crisis.

And Pippa has a violent reaction to Harry’s looming marriage which brings out the worst side of her jealous nature.


News: Royal Wedding Special For The Windsors

Channel 4’s satirical comedy soap opera lampooning the lives of our much-loved royal family returns to celebrate the royal event of the year in The Windsors Wedding Special.


TV: The Windsors, Series Two, Channel 4

The Windsors is such an obvious idea it is weird to think that it has never been done before. Basically the royals are presented as a dysfunctional, soapy family. Charles is a kilt-wearing hippy, William is a thick drip, Kate is an upwardly mobile gypsy, Pippa is a superbitch. Etc, etc.


News: Transmission Details For The Windsors Revealed

The broadcast details have been revealed for the new series of The Windsors.

The second series of the soapy royal comedy will start on Wednesday, July 5 on Channel 4 at 10pm.

Here is an interview with Richard Goulding, who plays Prince Harry.


Interview: Morgana Robinson, The Windsors, C4

Morgana Robinson plays Pippa Middleton in The Windsors, returning to C4 on Wednesdays at 10pm from July 5.


What can you tell us about the new series of The Windsors?

Auntie Anne has another bee in her bonnet, Harry gets a taste for women's clothes and Pippa wears a lot of Lycra.

What can we expect from Pippa in series two? Is she still as feisty in this series?

Hell yeah. She puts a gypsy curse on Kate and is still lamping peeps in the face.

Interview: Kathryn Drysdale, The Windsors, C4

You play Meghan Markle in the new series of The Windsors. What’s her character like in the show?
The Windsors’ Meghan Markle is a bit more L.A. than the real life Meghan Markle, I suppose. She’s not quite into the whole dressing like she’s a royal quite yet, which is fun to play. There’s a lot of fun to be had with that. She still sees herself very much as a humanitarian, as she’s very much in her own world, and she’s sweet – there’s a sweetness to her which is nice to play with.

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