PUBLISHED: 22:04, Wed, Aug 12, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:04, Wed, Aug 12, 2020
Strike: Lethal White is a BBC One thriller which will be returning on August 30. The series is about private detective Cormoran Strike (played by Tom Burke) and this will be a four-part show. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about what Royal Family member is starring in Strike.
The series is based on the novels by Harry Potter author JK Rowling, and they were published under her pseudonym, Robert Galbraith.
Holliday Grainger plays his work partner Robin Ellacott, and they investigate complex criminal cases.
The fourth season, which is subtitled Lethal White, started filming in September 2019.
Sophie Winkleman, who is otherwise known as Lady Frederick Windsor, will play Kinvara Chiswell, the second wife of Jasper Chiswell.
In the books, Kinvara is described as having red hair and a "high-pitched voice" and she is considered "attention-seeking".
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Strike BBC: Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke), Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger) (Image: BBC)
Strike BBC: Sophie Winkleman with Prince Harry (Image: Getty)
Throughout the novels, readers learn she was hospitalised after suffering from exhaustion.
Lady Windsor is known for her roles in Peep Show, Endeavour and Two and a Half Men.
Sophie Winkleman is a mother-of-two and she married the son of Prince Michael of Kent in 2009.
The Royal Family member spoke to Tatler about her experience during lockdown, and how she has managed with her young children.
She said: "It's been alright, but I've been frustrated and tired and stressed out like everyone else.
"Children need to socialise and they