The animated series “The Prince” made headlines when it premiered on HBO Max last month, with many accusing it of making fun of Prince Philip and Prince George. But the two were not alone, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were also mocked in installments.
The series is a satire on the life of the British royal family, by Gary Genetti, author of “Family Guy”. According to FreeThe story is told through the eyes of the eldest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton. As such, scenes that seem to make fun of the family should not be taken lightly.
In one such scene, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are presenting a home makeover show called “Royal Scrooge”. The couple’s cartoon versions (Orlando Bloom and Condoleezza Rashad, respectively) voiced, introducing themselves as “Hi, I’m Meghan Markle and I’m Harry and we’re royally bad. Fab.”
One family gave their savings of ڈالر 75,000 to the couple in the hope that they would make a suitable change for the royal family. However, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent the entire budget on gold. They decorated the kitchen with solid gold roots and the same for the rest of the house. A family marriage breaks up when she sees a charming change.
In addition, another scene in “The Prince” mocked the intentions of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It shows the 36-year-old prince saying he wanted to be a massage therapist when he was younger. The 40-year-old former “suit” star then replied, “Ah … I wanted to be a princess” to which her husband replied, “Oh, you made it better.”
The scene was probably pointing to the fact that Prince Harry uses touch therapy to calm himself during his panic attacks. He demonstrated how this is done in his interview for the Apple TV + documentary “The Me You Can’t Watch”. In it, he had an EMDR therapy session with UK-based psychotherapist Sanja Oakley, where he was seen tapping his shoulders and moving his eyes rapidly.
In addition to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, “The Prince” also mocked Prince Philip’s deteriorating health before his death on April 9.