Meghan Markle is said to be dissatisfied with how she has been portrayed on Wednesday night’s episode of the adult comedy show “South Park,” entitled “The Worldwide Privacy Tour.”
According to The Spectator, Markle has been “upset and overwhelmed” by the episode’s release and “annoyed by South Park but refuses to watch it all.”
Though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex weren’t directly mention in the episode, it features characters describe as Canadian royalty and refer to as “the prince and his wife,” which parodied them.
In the parody, the young royal couple begs for privacy while drawing attention to themselves in an ironic, spoof-like fashion.
He show also refers to the “wife” character as a “sorority girl, actress, influencer and victim,” to which she replies that this description fits her perfectly.
Prince Charles and his wife, who wear a dusty pink outfit that closely resembles Markle’s attire for Trooping the Colour in 2018, also promote Prince Harry’s book “Waaagh”, whose cover parodys Prince Harry’s bestselling memoir “Spare”.
This episode is jam-pack with jokes, innuendos and subtle references that take aim at Harry and Markle in classic “South Park” fashion.
At one point during the episode, Prince Philip and his wife make an appearance on “Good Morning Canada.” As they enter with placards demanding privacy, the two take a seat to discuss the prince’s new memoir.
On a talk show conversation with Markle, the host asked whether it is true that her former TV show “Suits” and career in Hollywood have any merit: “Isn’t it true sir that your questionable wife has her own TV show and hangs out with celebrities and writes for fashion magazines?”
He continues, “I just think some people might say your Instagram-loving b—-wife doesn’t really value her privacy.”
“How dare you, sir!” the prince hisses angrily. “My Instagram-loving b—h has always wanted her privacy!”
“Their legal team is scrutinizing the episode to identify any wrongdoing that could be turn into something more sinister.
This appears to be their course of action instead of laughing it off and appreciating the moment while showing everyone they get
the joke,” Sean wrote. Nevertheless, he noted that the creators of “South Park” have yet to receive anything official from Netflix.
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