The episode titled "The Worldwide Privacy Tour" on Comedy Central's "South Park" features a satirical portrayal of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are referred to as simply "the prince" and "his wife" and are subjected to ridicule and criticism.
The prince and his wife, portrayed as Canadian royalty, are depicted in a manner that resembles the British royal couple.
"It has been several months now since our beloved queen has died," a "Good Morning Canada" host says to his audience. "All Canadians are finding it hard to go on, all Canadians that is except for our first guest, the prince and his wife."
As they take the stage, the prince and his wife are met with jeers from the audience, and they chant in unison, "We want privacy," while clutching signs that read "'STOP LOOKING AT US!' and 'WE WANT OUR PRIVACY!!!'"
In the "South Park" episode, the prince and his wife are appreciative of the opportunity to be on the show but are immediately grilled by the talk show host.
"You've lived a life with the royal family, you've had everything handed to you, but you say your life has been hard, and now you've written all about it in your new book ‘WAAAGH,’" the host says to the prince, poking fun at the real-life memoir he released.
"Yes, that's right," the prince begins to say before his wife interjects.
"I was totally like ‘You should write a book ’cause your family's like stupid and then so are like journalists,'" she snaps.
"That's right," the prince replies.
"And now you wrote a book on the lives of the royal family," the host questions.
"Right," Harry confirms.
"So you're a journalist," the host shoots back.
The wife fires back, "We just want to be normal people. All this attention is so hard!"
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Oh MY Goodness! ??????????I have never heard of this show till now but THIS is hilarious! they summed up exactly how we all see this annoying duo ????#SouthPark #DumbPrinceAndHisStupidWife #Waaghpic.twitter.com/Zld1oypQeP
— Canellecitadelle (@Canellelabelle) February 16, 2023
Following their abrupt exit from the stage and their announcement of departure from Canada, a musical segment is featured in which the prince and his wife embark on a "Worldwide Privacy Tour," traveling to various countries including France, India, and Australia, before ultimately arriving in New York and touring the entire United States. Eventually, they settle down in the small town of South Park, Colorado.
In a subsequent scene of the episode, Kyle can be seen expressing his dismay to his friends at school regarding the intrusion of the royal couple into their neighborhood.
Kyle complains about a dumb prince and his stupid wife in the all-new episode, titled “Worldwide Privacy Tour” premiering Wednesday at 10/9c on Comedy Central. pic.twitter.com/6Dpa5R5ZZ3
— South Park (@SouthPark) February 13, 2023
Over the last few months, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have disclosed a considerable amount of information about the royal family, with their Netflix series "Harry & Meghan" premiered in December and Harry's candid book, released in January, saturating the media.
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