Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Shock: South Park Reportedly Pokes Fun at Sussexes Calling Them the 'Dumb Prince and His Stupid Wife'

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been subjected to various mockery following Megxit and the release of their Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan and his memoir Spare. The recent attack was from the American animated TV series South Park.

South Park Aims At Prince Harry, Meghan Markle?

Trey Parker and Matt Stone dropped a teaser clip for this week's episode of South Park Season 26. According to Daily Mail, the description of the episode titled The Worldwide Privacy Tour read: "The prince of Canada and his wife try to find privacy and seclusion in a small mountain town."

"It seriously is driving me crazy. I'm sick of hearing about them, but I can't get away from them! They're everywhere. In my f*****g face," Kyle tells his friends.

"Look, Kyle, we just kind of don't care about some dumb prince and his stupid wife," Kylie's best friend, Stan, replies.

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The outlet noted that the episode came after Prince Harry wrapped up his press tour for his memoir Spare. Prior to his book, the Sussexes released their documentary on Netflix, and Markle hosted her podcast Archetypes.

The royal couple was in the public eye as they continued to ask for privacy, the outlet added.

South Park wasn't the only show that poked fun at the Sussexes. In December, Steve Martin and Martin Short poked fun at each other and the Sussexes in their Saturday Night Live monologue.

"No one is rooting for us, but you'll tune in to watch anyway," Short said about their joint gig, relating it to the premiere of the Harry & Meghan docuseries, Fox News reported.

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Inescapable

GB News presenters Mercy Muroki and Patrick Christys once criticized the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after they announced that they wanted to step back from their royal duties for privacy, yet they constantly exposed themselves in the United States.

"Meghan and Harry say they want some privacy in space, but I'm starting to feel like it's us who need a bit of privacy and space from them," she said.

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"You turn on your TV and there they are doing their interviews in front of millions of people. So, you flip to Netflix and there they are again with their multi-year, multi-million dollar deal. So you switch that off and think, 'Well I'll just listen to a nice podcast instead' and there they are again being their weird and woke selves."

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At the time, Markle had just released her book The Bench, and Prince Harry had just announced his memoir. Christys agreed that the royal couple is inescapable because they are "everywhere" despite their request for privacy.

"Yeah, they said they wanted privacy. But I think they're starting to invade Britain's privacy," Muroki added.

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