South Park Trashes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle For Their “Worldwide Privacy Tour”
Harry and Meghan get reimagined as "the Prince of Canada and his wife" while demanding privacy from fans.
By the grace of South Park, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have returned to the small screen.
In episode two of season 26, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are mocked for demanding privacy and seclusion amidst their nationally-televised interviews and tell-all memoir, both in which they air well-kept secrets of their estranged family.
Titled “The Worldwide Privacy Tour,” the episode opens with the Prince of Canada discussing his and his wife’s desires to lead a private life — all while promoting his book — on Good Morning Canada.
While the satire doesn’t mention the couple by name, their Canadian royal doppelgängers are all the confirmation. Also, the irony is not lost on the fact Harry and Meghan fled to Canada after leaving the royal family. Canada is part of the British Commonwealth, which they also allude to.
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“It’s been several months now since our beloved queen has died. Our Canadians are finding it hard to go on. Our Canadians that is except for our first guest, the Prince and his wife,” the TV host says welcoming the couple on stage.
Harry waltzes in with a protest sign reading, “We want our privacy!!” Meanwhile, his wife follows suit with a sign ordering people to “Stop looking at us!”
“We just wanna be normal people! This attention is so hard!” the prince’s wife complains.
“Some people might say that your Instagram-loving b*tch wife actually doesn’t want her privacy,” the host responds to Harry’s cartoon clone.
The duo protest off stage threatening to leave Canada. As royal fans know, Harry and Meghan did leave. They took a “freedom flight” to LA — arguably, even less private than Canada or the UK.
In another sketch, Kyle Broflovski rants to his friends: “It’s seriously driving me crazy. I’m sick of hearing about them! I can’t get away from them! They’re everywhere, in my f*cking face!”
Fans can watch the full episode for free on South Park‘s website.