Channel 4’s satirical take on the Royal Family is back on our screens, and it’s more biting than ever…
What time is it on TV?
The Windsors concludes its second series on Wednesday 16th August at 10pm on Channel 4.
What can we expect from episode six?
In the final episode of the second series, Charles announces he will become absolute monarch, as the new Magna Carta decrees. He just needs one world leader’s endorsement, Donald Trump. Wills and Kate oppose the absolute monarchy, and Pippa’s wedding day arrives, but will Harry let her go through with it?
As well as Kathryn Drysdale’s Meghan Markle, there is a new Theresa May character, played by Gillian Bevan. Even though her portrayal as a strong and stable plotter has been slightly undermined by the results of the general election, she’s still a delightfully cold and scheming presence.
Later on in the series, there is a splash of orange among the blue blood, as Trump swans over the pond to help Charles with his scheme to make himself absolute monarch. It’s time to win, yah!