Princes William and Harry have been offered their own comedy sketch show on BBC3. BBC bosses were said to be keen to sign up the popular double act after their hilarious back and forth banter in a recent TV interview.
Prince William said that whilst growing up their biggest comedy influences were Spike Milligan, Laurel (but not Hardy) and Richard Blackwood. Prince Harry added that Benny Hill was also one of his major influences. Harry said that he especially liked the way Benny Hill used to chase half naked women around whilst pinching their bottoms.
BBC3 audience figures have fallen in recent months with viewers growing tired of jokes about gay people, fat people, and gay fat people. The Prince's show is expected to freshen up the channels output with more jokes dedicated to Gingers and Baldies.
The Queen, who is no stranger to television having once appeared in an episode of Grange Hill, said she didn't mind what they did just as long as they were funnier than Horne and Corden.
The 'Ginger and Slappy' show will be shown on BBC3 in the Autumn.