The disgraced royal couple of Harry and Meghan continue to be miserable human beings and are now rumored to be planning a lawsuit against the creators of South Park for their hilarious, on-point depiction of the duo who demand privacy while constantly seeking validation and attention.
If anything, South Park is the last to the game here. It’s been noticeable for some time that what the ousted royal pair was saying didn’t align with their actions. Whereas they said they wanted to become more private by leaving Buckingham Palace, they nevertheless ended up in Hollywood – sitting down with Oprah, doing magazine shoots, writing a book, and launching a tell-all documentary.
To say they took an odd route to finding and securing privacy would be to understate the matter. South Park finally got around to the obnoxious, intolerable couple and, wow, did they hit the nail on the head.
Take a look at just one clip below featuring the incompatible talking points and how cleverly the show exposes their fraud. Make no mistake, “South Park just destroyed Harry and Meghan.”
South Park just destroyed Harry and Meghan pic.twitter.com/R1zzyrx50x
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 16, 2023
“To recap the story, the “Queen of Canada” died. The “Prince of Canada’ and his wife are on the outs with the “Royal Canadian Family,” and demand their privacy. So much so, they keep going on TV, making documentaries and writing books about how they demand their privacy,” Louder With Crowder wrote.
And then the character of “Harry” and Meghan” march on the cartoon stage of a televised interview all while chanting “We want privacy!”
As the interview gets underway, the host then corners the fake Harry by getting him to admit he hates journalists before also getting him to admit he did his own journalism by reporting on the dirty secrets of the royal family. Oops.
“Isn’t it true, sir, that you’re questionable wife has her own TV show and hangs out with celebrities and does fashion magazines?” the host then asks, before following up with: “Well, I just think some people might say that your Instagram loving b*tch wife actually doesn’t want her privacy.”
The Daily Mail, Harry’s hometown paper, wrote that the fragile narcissist Meghan was “upset and overwhelmed” at her cartoon lampooning.
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.’
And somehow, a full legal team is now exploring a lawsuit to rectify the situation. The Daily Mail continued:
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.
Unless you can sue for having your feelings hurt, it seems highly doubtful this waste of time goes anywhere. Would every late-night talk show host, stand-up comedian, and comedy in general be subject to litigation? It’s absurd to even think about.
And what do they hope to prove in court – that their client is not a hypocritical, attention-seeking narcissist? Good luck with that.
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