‘The Royals’ Season 4 Episode 10 Preview and Videos: “With Mirth in Funeral and With Dirge in Marriage”

After nine episodes it’s all come down to this… Will King Robert and Willow exchange vows on E!’s The Royals season four episode 10 or will the wedding wind up in a coup in which Prince Liam replaces his brother on the throne? Season four’s finale titled “With Mirth in Funeral and With Dirge in Marriage” is set to air on Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 10pm ET/PT.

E!’s released a trailer for season four episode 10 which shows there’s going to be a lot of drama packed into just 60 minutes. The network also unveiled a one minute clip featuring Queen Helena getting into a cat fight with the mother of the bride. “I learned this move from Dynasty re-runs, b**ch!” snarls Helena as she pulls out Willow’s mother’s hair. Willow’s mom responds by calling the Queen a “scraggy old cow.”

Season four consists of 10 one-hour episodes starring Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena, Max Brown as King Robert, Jake Maskall as Cyrus, Tom Austen as Jasper, Alexandra Park as Princess Eleanor, William Moseley as Prince Liam, and Genevieve Gaunt as Wilhelmina. Brian Robbins, Joe Davola (One Tree Hill, Smallville), and Shauna Phela are the executive producers.

The “With Mirth in Funeral and With Dirge in Marriage” Plot: The finale culminates in a day that will change the family and the nation forever. A burgeoning uprising has Robert suspicious of everyone, as the rest of the family unites to combat a formidable foe.

The Royals Season 4 Plot: Drama about a fictional British Royal family, who inhabit a world of luxury and regal tradition, but one that also involves intrigue and unexpected twists revealing the complexities faced by royals trying to maintain high-profile relationships under scrutiny, and continuing to shine a light on the anarchy in the monarchy.

The fourth season of The Royals picks up after the charming, potentially duplicitous, Prince Robert (Brown) is crowned King of England. Prince Liam (Moseley) and his recently dethroned uncle Cyrus (Maskall) form an unlikely alliance, Queen Helena (Hurley) struggles to control her unruly brood as she figures out her role in the palace. And, after a heated on again-off again relationship, bodyguard Jasper (Austen) tries to capture Princess Eleanor’s (Park) heart one more time just as they are about to face their biggest obstacle yet.