At the turn of the decade, Enfield created his eponymous sketch show, Harry Enfield and Chums (originally titled Harry Enfield’s Television Programme), which spawned the hit film Kevin & Perry.
After the film’s release in 2000, Harry stepped out of the limelight for much of the noughties.
“A lot of the joke of The Windsors is this ridiculous idea of what might happen behind closed doors.
Kathryn revealed that her version of Meghan constantly brags about her part in the legal drama.“She’s most proud of having been in the show,” she said.
“At any opportunity she’ll tell someone she was in Suits.” The Windsors’ Meghan is “a bit more LA” than the real version, Kathryn added.“The real life Meghan is from LA and I think she’s toned down her Californian accent – especially now she’s dating Prince Harry,” she explained.“Her clothes are muted down and her accent is soft.
Haydn Gwynne is regarded as a character actress, with parts in popular dramas such as Peak Practice and Ripper Street.
The Windsors marks only her second-ever comedy role, following the classic Channel 4 sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey.
That’s the model for me, in a way, which is fruitful and rather fun.
You can indulge your arch-villainess.”Of the real Duchess, Haydn said: “You know, I don’t know her.
He returned to screens in 2007 with a new sketch show Harry & Paul, and has since appeared in series such as Skins and Bad Education.
Of playing Prince Charles, Harry said: “Waving’s very important – from cars or balconies as circumstances demand.”Speaking in character, he added that “keeping alive traditional hedge laying methods and taking small talk to strange and exciting places” are also of great significance.
She now plays Camilla, portrayed in the series as a scheming arch-villainess, a “Camilla de Ville, if you like”.“My model for Camilla, once I’d read the first scripts and seen the costumes, became much more as if she were played by Joan Collins in a soap opera called Balmoral,” Haydn explained.
“She is the sort of arch-villainess of the American soap opera.
Louise is staunchly private about her relationship, preferring instead to focus on her work.