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By Jeffrey Harris on February 19, 2023 at 8:00 AM EST

The latest episode of Season 26 of "South Park" had some fun at the expense of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, with "Worldwide Privacy Tour." In the new episode, the Prince of Canada and his wife, clearly meant to be animated parodies of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, demand privacy and go on a worldwide privacy tour. After saying "to hell with Canada," the prince and his wife decide to take their privacy tour to South Park Colorado.

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South Park Satirizes Prince Harry And Meghan Markle In New Episode

Much like an episode earlier in the show's run, these members of the Royal Family are Canadian instead of British. So they have that unique "South Park" design for Canadians with the top of their heads acting like floating lids, stick-figure-like bodies, and circular, knob-like hands.

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In the new episode, after the Canadian Prince and his wife move to South Park, they are living in the house across the street from Kyle Broflovski and making themselves a general annoyance to their new neighbor. Kyle can't complete his studies while they are demanding privacy with an outlandish fireworks display and playing polo in their front yard.

In another clip, when Kyle notes of his plight with the Prince and his wife to his friends, He complains, "I’m sick of hearing about them! I can’t get away from them! They’re everywhere!" His best friend Stan simply replies, "We don’t care about some dumb prince and his stupid wife." It seems the rest of the kids and South Park are able to shut out the activities of the prince and his wife, but Kyle has little success.

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Another scene in the episode shows the fictional Canadian prince and his wife go onto "Good Morning Canada" for a television interview so the prince can produce his new book about the Royal Canadian Family, "Waaaagh." The show appears to be taking aim at Prince Harry and Markle advocating for their privacy, while simultaneously writing a tell-all book about his experience and also taking part in a Netflix docuseries.

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The Canadian talk show host says to the prince, "So you hate journalists?" "That's right," the prince exclaims. The host then points out, "And now you write a book that reports on the lives of the Royal Family?" "Right," the prince replies. The host then retorts, "So you're a journalist." The host then angers the prince by saying his wife may not want her privacy. This results in them leaving Canada so they can go on their privacy tour to find "a quiet place" where they can be "normal people."

This isn't the first time "South Park" has had some fun at the expense of the British Royal Family. The Season 12 episode, "Royal Pudding," parodied the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The wedding was absurdly outrageous, with the Canadian Prince, representing Prince Harry, tearing off the arm of his bride, and it only gets weirder from there.

The "Worldwide Privacy Tour" episode of "South Park" is streaming now on the show's official website.

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