Concluding the third series of the satirical comedy soap opera about the royal family. US President Donald Trump asks Charles and Camilla to be King and Queen of America. Charles is delighted, but Wills thinks something fishy is going on. Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan need a new nanny.
Continuing the third series of the satirical comedy soap opera about the royal family. Kate complains that royal duties are hard, so Pippa sets out to prove her wrong. Beatrice and Eugenie are offered millions to be the face of a new Japanese perfume, Diamond Dignity, but on one condition: they never associate with their m...
Continuing the third series of the satirical comedy soap opera about the royal family. Charles is taking his new role as Defender of All Faiths very seriously. So when the Highgrove village branch leader of the Church of Satan invites him to officiate a Black Mass, Charles accepts - much to Camilla's dismay.
Continuing the third series of the satirical comedy soap opera about the royal family. Camilla warns Charles that the nation thinks he's an eccentric crank. In a bid to prove her wrong, Charles befriends a blind man who doesn't recognise him and can judge his ideas on their merits.
Charles and Camilla reluctantly agree to visit Kate's parents, Mike and Carole Middleton, for Mike's birthday. The long-standing rivalry between Kate and her sister Pippa heats up as the race is on to get their dad the best present. Meanwhile, Fergie takes her daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, to Glastonbury - but they only...
With the country divided after Brexit, the government asks the royals to cheer up Britain. The 'Fab Four' - Wills, Kate, Harry and Meghan - are excited to bring the British people together again. But Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew are striking in protest at the minimal rise to the Sovereign ...
Charles (Harry Enfield) announces he'll become absolute monarch, as the new Magna Carta decrees. He just needs one world leader's endorsement... Donald Trump (Corey Johnson) arrives with an indecent proposal. And Pippa's (Morgana Robinson) wedding day arrives.
The Royals have gathered at Balmoral where Camilla (Haydn Gwynne) is determined to exact revenge on Theresa May (Gillian Bevan), who's in Scotland to stop Nicola Sturgeon (Amy Booth Steel) destroying the union. Meanwhile, Wills (Hugh Skinner) is shot by a wild Highland lassie, but who is this mysterious woman?
The outrageous royal comedy soap opera continues. Kate (Louise Ford) and Wills (Hugh Skinner) visit Charles's (Harry Enfield) traditionalist new town, Poundbury in Dorset, where Charles is unveiling another statue of himself.
The third instalment of the comedy soap opera about the royal family. Wills stumbles upon his father's identical twin brother Chuck (Harry Enfield), kept prisoner in the attic for 68 years. Charles's twin is the rightful heir and seems like he'd make a wonderful king, but which version of Charles will the family choose?
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