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'South Park' Roasts Prince Harry And Meghan Markle On Post-Royal Life On New Episode

In the second episode of Season 26 of the animated comedy on Comedy Central, South Park roasts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The show didn't name the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but the episode, called "The Worldwide Privacy Tour," had a lot to do with them.

Tyrese Griffin
Feb 22, 202326 Shares420 Views
In the second episode of Season 26 of the animated comedy on Comedy Central, South Park roasts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The show didn't name the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but the episode, called "The Worldwide Privacy Tour," had a lot to do with them.
The story is about the Prince of Canada and his wife going to the town of South Park, where they say they want to be alone. The jokes focus on the tension between Harry and Meghan's desire for privacy and their willingness to talk about private parts of their lives in interviews, Prince Harry's book, and their Netflix show.

'South Park' Roasts Prince Harry And Meghan Markle On Latest Episode

South Park roasts Harry and Meghan on mainstream US television

In the most recent episode of South Park, they made fun of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been made fun of on the 26th season of the American animated satire show "South Park," which is on CBS.
People called the episode "brutal" because the adult animation didn't hold back when showing the couple. Even though they didn't use their real names, the man in the story is a red-headed prince, and his wife wears the same outfit that Meghan wore in 2018.
In Episode 2, "The Worldwide Privacy Tour," the couple was attacked by making fun of their claims that they need privacy. The show shows that the couple talks about privacy but shares personal details in interviews, their Netflix show, and now Prince Harry's book Spare.
The couple is shown around South Park, and Meghan says, “If we moved here, people would think we’re really serious about wanting to be normal.” The show's characters are annoyed by their arrival in South Park. Kyle says, “They have this huge jet parked in front of my house and they keep on wanting me to buy their book.”
Kyle also says that the prince's wife "bosses" him around. “I’m sick of hearing about them! I can’t get away from them! They are in my f***ing face!”Then, the couple is shown giving a terrible TV interview while the prince holds a sign that says "We want privacy."
When the host says, "Do you hate journalists?" the prince says, “That’s right. We just want to be normal people – all this attention is so hard.”When the show's host says that his wife "doesn't want privacy," they leave. Then, they go on a "we want privacy" tour, and a branding manager describes the prince as "a royal prince, a millionaire, a world traveler, and a victim."
"Sorority girl, actress, influencer, and victim," is how the branding manager describes the prince's wife. After this, the prince realizes he doesn't want to be a "brand" and says, “Trying to make ourselves into a brand just turned us into products. No more magazines and Netflix shows, we can just live a normal life.”
But when he leaves, "Meghan" stays, so the prince has to leave alone. In the UK, you can stream South Park on Paramount Plus.

Conclusion

The most recent episode of "South Park" roasts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a cruel way, the episode is called "The Worldwide Privacy Tour,".
Even though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not directly named in the episode, the characters were described as Canadian royalty and called "the prince and his wife," which was a clear joke about the royal couple.
There were also references to the couple in "The Worldwide Privacy Tour," like Harry's shocking memoir and their six-part Netflix show "Harry & Meghan."
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