Coronation Special: 1 x 60 minutes
Starring: Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner, Louise Ford, Richard Goulding, Kathryn Drysdale, Ellie White, Celeste Dring, Morgana Robinson, Vicki Pepperdine, Matthew Cottle, Anna Morris, Mateo Oxley, Tom Stourton, Amit Shah, Nigel Havers, Peter Davison, Richard Shelton
Writer: Bert Tyler-Moore
Director: Adam Miller
Producer: Matt Gallagher
Executive Producers: Camilla Campbell, Robert Wulff-Cochrane, Bert Tyler-Moore
The Windsors are back and as dysfunctional as ever. Plus one of them is being crowned King… Charles’ whole life has been building up to this moment and he wants the UK’s first coronation in seventy years to be a spectacular affair with all the pomp and circumstance he deserves. As does his Queen Consort Camilla, who can’t wait to drape herself in diamonds and fur. Sadly, the UK is in the middle of a cost of living crisis and Wills thinks the coronation should reflect these more straitened times. As for Harry and Meghan, with their Netflix series and Harry’s book behind them, they’re finally free to concentrate on their simple life in California. But can they really afford to miss Harry’s father’s coronation? Meanwhile, Kate and her new best friend, Sophie Wessex, manage to offend Pippa Middleton with disastrous consequences. Beatrice and Eugenie worry they are no longer essential members of the royal family and have to find a way to prove they have something to bring to the coronation. But what can they do? And how do Charles’ siblings, Anne and Edward, feel about their brother’s special day? All will be revealed in The Windsors Coronation Special.