Meghan Markle 'upset and overwhelmed' by scathing 'South Park' parody on her and Prince Harry, claims insider

Meghan Markle 'upset and overwhelmed' by scathing 'South Park' parody on her and Prince Harry, claims insider
Meghan Markle is reportedly annoyed by South Park's newest episode titled 'World Privacy Tour' (Geoff Pugh - WPA Pool/Getty Images, Twitter/@SouthPark)

MONTE CITO, CALIFORNIA: Meghan Markle has been "upset and overwhelmed: for the past few days by how she and Prince Harry are portrayed in a 'South Park' episode, according to insiders. The episode, dubbed 'World Privacy Tour', makes fun of the royal couple's problems and Meghan has been depicted as a "sorority girl, actress, influencer, and victim."


In last week's scathing episode, the satirical series made fun of the couple's wishes for privacy as they were on a promotional tour for the prince's memoir 'Waaaagh'— a dig at Harry's most recent memoir 'Spare'.


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Meghan 'annoyed with South Park but refuses to watch it all'

Meghan has been "upset and overwhelmed" the past few days, according to a source in California. The Duchess of Sussex "is annoyed with South Park but refuses to watch it all," the source told The Spectator. A royal analyst claimed that Harry and Meghan's attorneys are "casting an eye" over 'South Park'.



The Daily Mail reports that the broadcast may have "legal ramifications," according to the royal commentator Neil Sean. He said, "According to sources close to the ex-Royals, it appears that, like so many things with Meghan and Harry, this may have legal ramifications attached. Their legal team is casting an eye over the episode to see what is wrong, and what could be turned into something more sinister." Sean went on to say that the 'South Park' creators had not yet received any legal communication.


Royal couple called 'dumb prince and his stupid wife'

The Prince and Princess of Canada, a youthful royal couple who vociferously beg for privacy while drawing attention to themselves, were portrayed in last week's program. The pink costume Meghan wore for 'Trooping the Colour' in 2018 is shown as the fictitious couple promotes the prince's book 'Waaagh', whose cover is very similar to Harry's biography 'Spare'.



The main character Stan refers to the Sussexes' cartoon counterparts as the "dumb prince and his stupid wife", while Kyle complains about the luxury jet parked outside their house. The episode is full of jabs at the Sussexes. The episode begins with Kyle's younger brother Ike, who was adopted from Canada and is distraught about the death of the late Queen Elizabeth II resembling a Canadian monarch.

The price and princess on the set of 'Good Morning Canada' (Twitter/@SouthPark)


The remainder of the royal family boos the Prince and Princess of Canada after they are spotted at a huge state funeral, where they are accused of disparaging the Canadian monarchy. The couple appears on breakfast television to seek their privacy in response to the outrage. The prince waves a sign that reads, "We want privacy," as he arrives on the set of 'Good Morning Canada' to promote a book, while the princess waves a sign that reads, "Stop looking at us."

The host challenges the couple, asking how real their desire for seclusion is, and the royals leave the set. After boarding their private aircraft, the couple launches a global "we want privacy" tour, complete with dancing rainbows and a catchy theme song.

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 Meghan Markle 'upset' by scathing 'South Park' parody on her and Prince Harry, claims insider