The Windsor's return with even more exaggerated delusions and dysfunctionality, and this time, one of them is being crowned King.
Charles, portrayed by Harry Enfield, has spent his entire life preparing for this occasion and desires a grand coronation with all the lavishness and prestige he believes he deserves. His wife, Camilla, played by Haydn Gwynne, shares his aspirations and anticipates adorning herself with diamonds and fur.
Unfortunately, the UK is currently grappling with a cost-of-living crisis, and William, played by Hugh Skinner, believes the coronation should reflect these more modest times.
Harry and Meghan, portrayed by Richard Goulding and Kathryn Drysdale, have moved to California and are free from the family issues that plagued them before. However, with Harry's father's coronation fast approaching, can they afford to miss it?
In the meantime, Kate, played by Louise Ford, and her newfound confidant Sophie Wessex, portrayed by Anna Morris, unknowingly offend Pippa Middleton, resulting in disastrous consequences. Beatrice and Eugenie, played by Ellie White and Celeste Dring, respectively, fear that they are no longer indispensable members of the royal family and must demonstrate their worth to the coronation. But how? And what do Charles' siblings, Anne, played by Vicki Pepperdine, and Edward, portrayed by Matthew Cottle, think of their brother's big day? All will be revealed in The Windsors Coronation Special.