The third season of The Windsors is set to premiere on Channel 4 on Tuesday, 25 February at 10 p.m.
The last season of the show ran in 2018 around Prince Harry and then-Meghan Markle’s wedding.
The Windsors is a satirical look at the British Royal Family.
Produced by Noho Film and TV, the series stars Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner, Louise Ford, Kathryn Drysdale, Celeste Dring, Ellie White, Katy Wix, Morgana Robinson, Vicki Pepperdine, Matthew Cottle, and Tom Durant-Pritchard.
In season three, the series takes on the headlines of many worldwide tabloids, as well as William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan ‘feuding’.
Charles, who has his eye on the top job, is in his new role as defender of all faiths; he is then said to conjure up the devil. Meanwhile, Camilla is continuing to scheme and get into a rift with Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton over who’s going to be the next Queen. Will it be Camilla or Kate?
As for the York family, with Princess Beatrice getting married, Princess Eugenie and her mother, Sarah Ferguson (famously known as Fergie) worry about who will walk Beatrice down the aisle now that their father, Prince Andrew has withdrawn from public life.
Andrew stepping back was a famous action made in real-life following Andrew’s BBC interview about his former relationship with financier Jeffrey Epstein. That move sparked many questions regarding if Beatrice’s wedding will be downplayed from her sister’s.
Pippa, Kate’s sister will also appear as she takes on a new job as Harry and Meghan’s nanny.
Fans can also expect to see a ‘fun’ side to Princess Anne when she falls for David Beckham whilst Prince Edward falls victim to Bulgarian loan-sharks.
For those looking to watch in America, there is no word yet on how viewers can watch season 3 in the states. However, if you are looking to watch previous episodes, they are currently streaming on Netflix.