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Series 1-Episode 3

Series 1-Episode 3

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This side-splitting, bold Spitting Image-style evisceration of the royals cranks up the cruelty with a plotline centering on a love child Harry Enfield’s Charles had with one of the Three Degrees (“the middle one” he is told). This sends everyone into a tailspin – pregnant and piqued Camilla wants to dispatch the now grown-up interloper while Wills and Kate decide to give up being Royals and move to (gasp) Rickmansworth.

Meanwhile Harry (whose middle names, we are told, include “Adolf” and “S**t-for-Brains”), is forced to marry against his will. Channel 4 staff won’t be getting many CBEs or damehoods for a while, I’d say.

Summary

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, but pregnant Camilla has other ideas. Beatrice and Eugenie try to reunite parents Fergie and Andrew, but an international PR crisis looks set to end any hope, while Pippa is irked when Harry looks set to marry the Australian prime minister's daughter. Comedy soap opera, starring Harry Enfield, Hugh Skinner, Haydn Gwynne and Richard Goulding.

Cast & Crew

Charles Harry Enfield
Camilla Haydn Gwynne
Wills Hugh Skinner
Kate Louise Ford
Pippa Morgana Robinson
Harry Richard Goulding
Fergie Katy Wix
Beatrice Ellie White
Eugenie Celeste Dring
Andrew Tim Wallers
Edward Matthew Cottle
Richard John Macmillan
Malcolm Turnbull Phillip Law
Ashleigh Thaila Zucchi
Edward VII Michael Howe
Pub landlord Ian Conningham
Woman Susy Kane
Registrar Tom Knight
Australian dignitary Samuel Halpin
Director Adam Miller
Executive Producer Camilla Campbell
Executive Producer Robert Wulff-Cochrane
Producer Izzy Mant
Writer George Jeffrie
Writer Bert Tyler-Moore
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