A ROYAL satire theatre show is coming to London – and has pitted Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton against each other in an all out war.
The performance, which is based on the hit Channel 4 TV show The Windsors, will see the Royals square up to each other as their battles are ongoing in real life.
A snapshot of the show appears to show Meghan and Kate preparing for battleCredit: Getty
Beatrice and Eugenie are also shown in the show, alongside their mother Sarah FergusonCredit: Getty
Prince Harry is also show in his Army uniformCredit: Getty
Prince Charles, played by Harry Enfield, dons a variety of regalwear as Tracy-Ann Oberman takes on the role of Camilla.
Pictures of the performance show Prince Harry, Tom Durant-Pritchard, and William, Ciraran Owens, sparring, while wearing Army and RAF uniforms with camouflage paint on their faces.
The satire show claims to draw their ideas from real life scandals and situations that the royals find themselves in, including Megxit and Prince Andrews car crash Newsnight interview.
Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice also feature in the show, often teaming up with their mum Sarah Ferguson.
Sophie-Louise Dann, who plays Fergie, said of the show: “I’m looking forward to a right Royal rollicking time – I haven’t been so excited since I had my big toe sucked!”
Other pictures from the live-action theatre show appear to show Kate and Meghan squaring off to each other while squatting down in karate poses as Prince Harry intervenes.
Tickets to The Windsors: Endgame are on sale now from £14 at the Prince of Wales Theatre until October 9th this year.
The HBO series pokes fun at the Royal Family and it previously mocked Meghan’s feud with Kate Middleton.
In a new episode, Harry and Meghan are once again the focus as they present a home makeover show called Royally Screwed.
In the segment on the animated show, the couple introduce themselves, saying: “Hi, I’m Meghan Markle and I’m Harry and we’re royally screwed. Each week we take a house from drab to fab.”
In the show, the Anderson family has given them their $75,000 life savings to transform their home.
But Mrs Anderson collapses when she discovers Harry and Meghan have spent it all on a back splash with solid gold inlay for the kitchen and the rest of the house is exactly the same.
Meanwhile, in a scene from the third episode, cartoon Meghan and Harry were reading lines from a script and Meghan talked about her acting career and childhood dreams.
Harry confessed that he wanted to be a massage therapist when he was younger.
He said: “You never had a dream when you were a child to be something everything else said was impossible, like an astronaut or prime minister, or masseur?”
Meghan responded: “Ah… I wanted to be a princess.”
To which Harry then savagely said: “Oh, well you kind of f***ed that up.”
Harry Enfield as Prince Charles, Prince of Wales during dress rehearsals of the play The Windsors: EndgameCredit: Getty