‘South Park’ is hiring Meghan Markle and Harry for the new season

The latest episode of season 26Southern Park” had a little fun at the expense of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle on the “Worldwide Privacy Tour”. In the new episode, which is clearly intended as an animated parody of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Canadian prince and his wife demand privacy and embark on a worldwide privacy tour. After saying “to hell with Canada”, the Duke and his wife decide to take their private tour to South Park Colorado.


South Park satirizes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the new episode

Similar to the previous episode of the series, the members of the royal family are Canadian, not British. So they have a unique “South Park” design for Canadians, with the tops of their heads acting like floating lids, stick figure-like bodies, and circular, button-like hands.

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In the new episode, after the Canadian prince and his wife move to South Park, they live in the house across the street from Kyle Broflovski and are a general annoyance to their new neighbor. Kyle can’t finish his studies while they demand privacy in their front yard with wacky fireworks and polo shirts.

In another clip, when Kyle comments on his friends’ predicament with the prince and his wife, he complains, “I’m sick of hearing about them! I can’t get away from them! They are everywhere!” His best friend Stan simply replies, “We don’t care about some stupid prince and his stupid wife.” The other kids and South Park seem to be able to rule out the activities of the prince and his wife, but Kyle doesn’t have much success.


Another scene in the episode shows the fictional Canadian prince and his wife going to a television interview on “Good Morning Canada” so that the prince can prepare his new book about the Canadian royal family, “Waaaagh.” The show appears to take aim at Prince Harry and Markle, who are pushing for privacy while writing a tell-all book about their experiences and participating in a Netflix documentary.

The Canadian talk show host tells the prince: “So you hate journalists?” “That’s right,” exclaims the prince. The presenter then points out: “And now you’re writing a book about the lives of the royal family?” “That’s right,” replies the prince. The presenter then retorts: – So you are a journalist. The presenter then angers the prince by saying that his wife might not want his privacy. This results in them leaving Canada to go on their private tour to find “a quiet place” where they can be “normal people”.

This isn’t the first time that “South Park” has had fun at the expense of the British royal family. The season 12 episode “Royal Pudding” parodied the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The wedding was absurdly outrageous, with the Canadian prince representing Prince Harry ripping off his bride’s arm, and it only got weirder from there.

The “Worldwide Privacy Tour” episode of “South Park” is now streaming on the show’s official site website.

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