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February 21, 2023

Claim: Harry and Meghan Are Weighing Taking Legal Action Against South Park for Tough Parody of Them

Meghan Markle has reportedly been "upset" and "overwhelmed" for days since South Park ridiculed her.

Meghan 'has been upset and overwhelmed by her depiction on South Park for days' after irreverent US cartoon described Duchess as 'sorority girl, actress, influencer, victim' in scathing episode

Duchess of Sussex has reportedly taken issue with her depiction in South Park

The episode introduces her as a 'sorority girl, actress, influencer, victim'


By Stewart Carr and Tom Pyman

The Duchess of Sussex has been left 'upset and overwhelmed' at how she and Prince Harry are depicted in an episode of South Park, insiders have claimed.

The episode, titled 'The Worldwide Privacy Tour', pokes fun at the couple's grievances while Meghan is introduced cuttingly as a 'sorority girl, actress, influencer, victim' by another character.

The satirical series ridiculed the couple's demands for privacy while on a publicity blitz for the prince's autobiography 'Waaaagh' - a dig at Harry's recent memoir Spare - in last week's brutal episode.

According to a source in California, Meghan spent the last few days 'upset and overwhelmed' over how she was portrayed. The source told The Spectator that the Duchess of Sussex 'is annoyed by South Park but refuses to watch it all.'

It has also been suggested the broadcast may have 'legal ramifications' with the Sussexes' lawyers.

Royal commentator Neil Sean told Fox News that representatives for the pair are now watching the series closely for any more attacks.

Regarding Fox's "royal watcher" and his claim that the Royal Nitwits might sue:

I don't believe this claim. The sourcing on it is CNN-level.

But let's read it anyway.

Harry and Meghan should and will be "very concerned" about their celebrity status in America. After being royally laughed at by the satirical cartoon, it shows really how far they have fallen.

The latest episode showed the "Prince and Princess of Canada," a young royal couple who are begging for privacy while drawing attention to themselves time and time again in a hilarious, spoof-like way.

The flame-haired prince and his wife, who wears the exact-same dusty pink outfit that Meghan donned for Trooping the Colour in 2018, are desperately plugging the prince's book - "Waaagh" - the cover of which strongly spoofs Harry's bestselling memoir "Spare."

The episode is filled with cutting digs at the Sussexes, with the show's star, Stan, branding their cartoon equivalents the "dumb prince and his stupid wife," while another character, Kyle, complains about the private jet parked outside their home.

It's beyond cruel, but again, it's also very funny, depending on your humor. Now it appears that the ginger one, along with his wife, former actress Meghan, are not quite laughing along with the rest of us. 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 are casting an eye over the episode to see what is wrong, and what could be turned into something more sinister. This appears to be their course of action rather than laughing it off, enjoying the moment and showing the world that they get the joke and understand this is how they may be perceived, and maybe, dare we say, change . . . dare we?

So many "seems to be's" and "appears to be's" and "could be's" and "may have's."

Obviously you can't sue for parody. And the prince and princess aren't even named. Nor are they the duke and duchess of Sussex-- they're supposedly the prince and princess of Canada.

I think even these two absolute muppets must understand that you can't sue for people making fun of you. (That's a word I hear from British and Australian people.)

I can't believe this, but Meghan Kelly claims that Meghan Markle has ambitions of actually running for president of the United States.

Megyn Kelly says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle simply "won't recover" from a recent "South Park" episode that mocked the exiled royals.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to move across the pond in a desperate bid for privacy was mercilessly ridiculed in the show's latest episode, titled "The Worldwide Privacy Tour."

"I feel this is a pronouncement that they have jumped the shark, they are not beloved and her hopes of running for president, reported hopes, are all but dashed," Kelly, 52, said on "The Megyn Kelly Show" released Friday.

"That's not happening. When 'South Park' turns on you, there's no recovering."

Note that Kelly is past her prime (Google it) so you shouldn't take her word for it.

If you'd like to judge the video for yourself, it's very good. Maybe more in the "funny because it's true" category. It would please Victor David Hanson; it is cruel.

The video nicely roasts the spoilt (see what I did there?) couple. They're constantly demanding their privacy, but then do everything possible to attract attention to themselves. The spoilt pair also whine about how hard they have it.

You can watch the full episode at southparkstudios.com, but there's a B-plot involving branding that only includes the Royal Assholes at the end.

The below clip has most of the stuff about the Worldwide Privacy Tour, but they intersperse that with their own dumb reporting.

It's a great roast. I think that mockery is going to stick and haunt them. They might just wind up getting that "privacy" they allegedly crave a lot sooner, and in much greater quantities, than they want.

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