An expert on the royal family has expressed concern that the next “South Park” episode featuring Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be sued.
Wednesday night’s “South Park” episode on Adult Swim dubbed “The Global Privacy Tour” did not go down well with Meghan Markle.
After the publication of the episode made Markle feel “upset and overwhelmed,” insiders told the Spectator that she is “annoyed by South Park but refuses to watch it all.”
Despite this, the show’s writers chose to establish two characters as Canadian royalty and give them the derogatory appellation “the prince and his wife” to insult the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The young royals, in the spoof, make an overt plea for seclusion while also attracting ridicule.
When asked if she relates to the description of her position as a “sorority girl, performer, influencer, and victim,” the “wife” character responds on the show, “Yes, that’s me.”
A critical satire of Prince Harry’s best-selling memoir “Spare,” the prince and his wife, dressed as Markle, promote the book during 2018 Trooping the Colour.
The episode pokes fun at Harry and Markle in traditional “South Park” fashion, including jokes, innuendo, and esoteric references.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana appear on the Canadian version of “Good Morning.” They enter while carrying signs requesting silence about the prince’s latest literary endeavor, an autobiography.
The presenter of a talk program asked the man, “Isn’t it true sir, that your difficult wife has her TV show and hangs out with stars and does fashion magazines?” Markle’s time spent working in Hollywood and on the show “Suits” is alluded to here.
To which I reply, “Oh, I simply think that some people may argue that your Instagram-obsessed b—— wife doesn’t want her privacy.”
Their response was, “How dare you, sir!” Prince lets out a shriek that cuts to the bone. My Instagram junkie wife has always been a spoiled diva who needs her space,” he said.
Expert on the British monarchy Neil Sean has warned that this new event may have legal consequences.
“Their legal team is monitoring the show closely for any signs of trouble. Instead of laughing it off, enjoying the moment, and showing everyone they got the joke, it seems they’ll do this “For want of a better phrase, Sean said it. He did, however, mention that the “South Park” producers haven’t received any word as of yet.
Nevertheless, Fox News Digital was unable to quickly reach a spokesperson for Meghan Markle for comment.