Win The Windsors series three on DVD | Five copies up for grabs © C4

Win The Windsors series three on DVD

Five copies up for grabs

The third series of Channel 4's outlandish royal comedy The Windsors has been released today, and we have five copies to give away.

A box set of all the episodes so far has also been release, including two specials, on DVD and on digital downloads.

In this prophetic third season, Meghan (Kathryn Drysdale) and Harry (Tom Durant-Pritchard) plot their escape to America, breaking up the Fab Four team with Wills (Hugh Skinner) and Kate (Louise Ford)?


Meanwhile, Charles (Harry Enfield) is on strike with his siblings demanding higher pay, and Beatrice (Ellie White) and Eugenie (Celeste Dring) set up a disastrous drinks brand ahead of Beatrice's big wedding, where Fergie (Katie Wix) might have to take on more responsibility than expected after all the 'unpleasantness' with Andrew.

Pippa (Morgana Robinson) is still trying to trick her way into Harry's bed, while Camilla's (Haydn Gwynne) scheming might just pay off this time, as Donald Trump asks her and Charles to be King and Queen of America,

WindsorsWritten by Bert Tyler-Moore and George Jeffrie, the third series features a cameo by Miriam Margolyes as the ghost of Queen Victoria.

To stand a chance of winning one of our, answer the following question by 5pm on April 14, 2020, when we will select the winner at random from all correct answers received.

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Published: 6 Apr 2020

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