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Harry and Meghan ‘very concerned about celebrity status’

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become the latest inspiration for an episode of the US cartoon South Park, which features a copy of a book entitled Waaagh. The new episode entitled The Worldwide Privacy Tour aired on Comedy Central in the US on Wednesday and depicts the “Prince of Canada” attempting to escape the limelight with his princess. Royal expert Neil Sean has claimed the show proves how far the royal couple have fallen since stepping down from royal duties two years ago.

Writing for Fox News, he said: “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.”

Sean added: “The duo are very unhappy with this, I am told via a good source, and again one wonders why.

“It’s harmless and will easily be forgotten, just like that dreadful cartoon based on young Prince George, axed after one season.”

The show features main character Kyle is dismayed when he finds out that the characters, dubbed the “dumb prince and his stupid wife”, have moved into a new home opposite his house.

A trailer uploaded by South Park Studios shows a clip of Kyle complaining about the prince and princess’s move to the neighbourhood to Stan and Kenny whilst sat in the school canteen during lunch.

“It is seriously driving me crazy,” Kyle said.

“I’m sick of hearing about them, but I can’t get away from them.

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“They’re everywhere, in my f****** face.”

“Look, Kyle, we just kind of don’t care about some dumb prince and his stupid wife,” Stan replied.

A clip of the episode features a scene that takes place on a chat show called Good Morning Canada.

The couple enter the stage holding placards that read: “We want our privacy!” and: “Stop looking at us!” whilst the talk show host introduces a copy of the prince’s book, titled Waaagh.


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The book cover strongly resembles that of Harry’s controversial memoir Spare.

In the cartoon, the host asks whether, in reporting on the royal family for his new book, the prince has now become a journalist, despite suggesting in the episode that he hated them.

The “princess” interjects, saying: “We just want to be normal people – all this attention is so hard.”

The host then counters this statement, proposing that the prince and his wife do not want privacy.

The prince and princess then storm off the set before moving to South Park and becoming Kyle’s new neighbours.

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