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Harry Enfield and Kara Tointon are Prince Charles and daughter-in-law Kate in The Windsors: Endgame

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While shows like The Crown and The Prince remain talking points on TV, the royal family are now hitting London‘s West End stage.

The Windsors: Endgame is a spin-off from the Channel 4 comedy The Windsors, and kicks off this week at the Prince Of Wales Theatre.

Playing the Prince Of Wales himself, Harry Enfield transfers his role as Charles from screen to stage in stills from the show’s dress rehearsal this weekend. 

His Royal Highness: Harry Enfield transfers his Prince Charles character from screen to stage in The Windsors: Endgame, which goes up in the West End this week

His Royal Highness: Harry Enfield transfers his Prince Charles character from screen to stage in The Windsors: Endgame, which goes up in the West End this week

Kara Tointon will play Kate Middleton alongside Crystal Condie as Meghan Markle, as Prince Charles’ daughters-in-law, while his sons William and Harry are played by Ciarán Owens and Tom Durant-Pritchard respectively.

Tracy-Ann Oberman plays Camilla in the show, seen in stills dragging on a cigarette or dressed in Queen Elizabeth I garb, complete with an elaborate ruff.

Sophie-Louise Dann portrays Sarah Ferguson, with her shamed ex-husband Prince Andrew portrayed by Tim Wallers.

Jenny Rainsford is Princess Beatrice and Eliza Butterworth is Princess Eugenie – Fergie and Andrew’s daughters. 

Royal brides: Kara Tointon will play Kate Middleton alongside Crystal Condie as Meghan Markle, seen during dress rehearsals of the play ahead of Monday's opening night

Royal brides: Kara Tointon will play Kate Middleton alongside Crystal Condie as Meghan Markle, seen during dress rehearsals of the play ahead of Monday’s opening night

Satire: Prince Charles' sons William and Harry are played by Ciarán Owens and Tom Durant-Pritchard respectively

Satire: Prince Charles’ sons William and Harry are played by Ciarán Owens and Tom Durant-Pritchard respectively

Duchess of York: Sophie-Louise Dann portrays Sarah Ferguson

Duchess of York: Sophie-Louise Dann portrays Sarah Ferguson

Sisters: Jenny Rainsford is Princess Beatrice and Eliza Butterworth is Princess Eugenie - Fergie and Andrew's daughters

Sisters: Jenny Rainsford is Princess Beatrice and Eliza Butterworth is Princess Eugenie – Fergie and Andrew’s daughters

Father and daughters: Shamed Prince Andrew is portrayed by Tim Wallers

Father and daughters: Shamed Prince Andrew is portrayed by Tim Wallers

Spitting image: Fergie delivering a monologue on stage

Wills: Prince William is seen in a monologue scene

Spitting image: Fergie and Wills performing in monologue scenes

Second wife: Tracy-Ann Oberman plays Camilla in the show, seen in stills dragging on a cigarette

Second wife: Tracy-Ann Oberman plays Camilla in the show, seen in stills dragging on a cigarette

Queen Camilla! Tracy-Ann dons Queen Elizabeth I garb, complete with an elaborate ruff in one scene

Military man: Wills is seen in his military attire

Queen Camilla! Tracy-Ann dons Queen Elizabeth I garb, complete with an elaborate ruff in one scene, while Wills is seen in his military attire

Show: The Windsors debuted on Channel 4 back in 2016 and has had 3 seasons

Show: The Windsors debuted on Channel 4 back in 2016 and has had 3 seasons

The show is being performed for a strictly limited 10-week run, ending on October 9. 

Set to be as irreverent as the original series, it features satirical songs, as well as plenty of snogging and sword fights.

Following the imagined escapades of the royal family, The Windsors: Endgame sees William challenge Prince Charles for the crown.

Limited run: The show is being performed for a strictly limited 10-week run, ending on October 9

Limited run: The show is being performed for a strictly limited 10-week run, ending on October 9

En guard! Set to be as irreverent as the original series, it features satirical songs, as well as plenty of snogging and sword fights

En guard! Set to be as irreverent as the original series, it features satirical songs, as well as plenty of snogging and sword fights

Battle royale: Following the imagined escapades of the royal family, The Windsors: Endgame sees William challenge Prince Charles for the crown

Battle royale: Following the imagined escapades of the royal family, The Windsors: Endgame sees William challenge Prince Charles for the crown

Fight for the crown: Charles risks losing the crown in the play

Off with his head? Will Charles manage to keep hold of his kingship?

Fight for the crown: Charles risks losing the crown in the play

Digging her heels in: Camilla, however, isn't having any of it - desperate to rule over the land (and Charles) with an iron fist

Digging her heels in: Camilla, however, isn’t having any of it – desperate to rule over the land (and Charles) with an iron fist

Comedy: While Harry is reprising his role as Charles, Camilla  is portrayed by Haydn Gwynne on the series

Comedy: While Harry is reprising his role as Charles, Camilla  is portrayed by Haydn Gwynne on the series 

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Irreverent: Meanwhile, Beatrice and Eugenie do their best to clear Prince Andrew’s name

Irreverent: Meanwhile, Beatrice and Eugenie do their best to clear Prince Andrew’s name

Camilla, however, isn’t having any of it – desperate to rule over the land (and Charles) with an iron fist.

Wills recruits Harry and Meghan’s help, but will they return to the UK from their new life and rescue chickens in California?

Meanwhile, Beatrice and Eugenie do their best to clear Prince Andrew’s name.

Writers of The Windsors are involved in The Windsors: Endgame, with creators of the original television series George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore at the helm of the stage adaptation. 

Helping hand: Kate and Wills recruit Harry and Meghan for help

Helping hand: Kate and Wills recruit Harry and Meghan for help

California dreamin': Will they return to the UK from their new life and rescue chickens in California?

California dreamin’: Will they return to the UK from their new life and rescue chickens in California?

Spin-off: Writers of The Windsors are involved in The Windsors: Endgame

Spin-off: Writers of The Windsors are involved in The Windsors: Endgame

Comedy: Creators of the original television series George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore are at the helm of the stage adaptation

Comedy: Creators of the original television series George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore are at the helm of the stage adaptation

Power struggle: Comedian Harry is seen in Tudor-like garb

Ready to fight! Harry is also seen in a fencing ensemble

Power struggle: Comedian Harry is seen in Tudor-like garb and a fencing ensemble

Game Of Thrones: Director Michael Fentiman previously directed Amelie: The Musical on the West End

Game Of Thrones: Director Michael Fentiman previously directed Amelie: The Musical on the West End

Meanwhile: Meghan Markle's father has been making headlines after entering the Australian version of Big Brother this weekend

Meanwhile: Meghan Markle’s father has been making headlines after entering the Australian version of Big Brother this weekend

They’re joined by director Michael Fentiman, who previously directed Amelie: The Musical on the West End.

This comes after Netflix’s The Crown began shooting scenes for its highly-anticipated series 5.

Filming is underway in Scotland – with the last two seasons of the hit drama covering the royals in the 1990s to 2003.

With the shift in time periods comes a shift in line-up, with familiar faces such as Olivia Colman (Queen Elizabeth II) and Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) replaced by new stars Imelda Staunton and Elizabeth Debicki respectively. 

Elsewhere: This comes after Netflix's The Crown began shooting scenes for its highly-anticipated series 5

Elsewhere: This comes after Netflix’s The Crown began shooting scenes for its highly-anticipated series 5

Filming for The Crown is currently underway in Scotland - with the last two seasons of the hit drama covering the royals in the 1990s to 2003

Filming for The Crown is currently underway in Scotland – with the last two seasons of the hit drama covering the royals in the 1990s to 2003

New cast: The Crown sees a shift in time periods, with familiar faces such as Olivia Colman (Queen Elizabeth II) and Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) replaced by new stars Imelda Staunton and Elizabeth Debicki respectively

New cast: The Crown sees a shift in time periods, with familiar faces such as Olivia Colman (Queen Elizabeth II) and Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) replaced by new stars Imelda Staunton and Elizabeth Debicki respectively

New series: While The Crown isn't a comedy, HBO Max animation The Prince is

New series: While The Crown isn’t a comedy, HBO Max animation The Prince is

While The Crown isn’t a comedy, HBO Max animation The Prince is.

It’s divided viewers with many finding the outrageous comedy to be hilarious while some have branded it overstepping the mark. 

Elsewhere, Meghan Markle’s father has been making headlines after entering the Australian version of Big Brother this weekend.

For a strictly limited run, book now for the Prince of Wales at the Prince of Wales theatre!

Funny? It's divided viewers with many finding the outrageous comedy to be hilarious while some have branded it overstepping the mark

Funny? It’s divided viewers with many finding the outrageous comedy to be hilarious while some have branded it overstepping the mark

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