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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Set Record Straight About Suing ‘South Park’: ‘Nonsense’

According to their attorney, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have no intention of bringing a lawsuit against “South Park.”

The couple’s highly publicised undertakings were recently poked fun of in “South Park” Season 26, episode 2, “The Global Privacy Tour,” amid accusations that they departed the royal family seeking “privacy.”

According to several sources, the Duchess of Sussex, 41, was upset with the episode’s portrayal of her and was considering filing a lawsuit against the Comedy Central show’s producers.

The allegations that Prince Harry and Markle were bringing legal action against “South Park” were refuted by a spokeswoman for the couple.

Indeed, it’s all rubbish. Completely unfounded, dull reports,” the representative said to People.

The portrayal of the marriage could have “legal repercussions,” according to an unnamed person with firsthand knowledge of the situation, according to NBC News royal correspondent Neil Sean after the episode aired on Wednesday.

According to a number of California-based sources, Markle was “upset and overwhelmed” by the episode and “annoyed by ‘South Park,’ but refuses to watch it all,” according to The Spectator.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who retired from their royal duties and moved to California in 2020, were the focus of “The Global Privacy Tour,” which focused on the media hysteria around them.

The prince and princess of Canada, who move down in a fictional Colorado town in order to live a private life while still attracting media attention to themselves, were the subject of the episode, which did not specifically identify the couple.

The animated creatures and the couple were compared by viewers, who noted Prince Harry’s ginger hair and beard as well as his wife’s dusty pink outfit and hat, which she wore during Trooping the Color in 2018.

The plot seems to reflect the couple’s previous efforts, such as their Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan” and Prince Harry’s best-selling memoir “Spare,” as well as their new life in California.

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that was broadcast on television in 2021, Prince Harry and Markle discussed their choice to resign from the royal family.

The “Suits” alum and her husband were questioned about if they anticipated losing privacy as a result of their royal position. Markle replied, “I think everyone has a basic right to privacy. Basic. We’re not discussing anything that other people wouldn’t anticipate, according to People.

“If you have a picture of your child on your desk at work and a coworker comments, ‘Oh, my god, your kid’s so cute. That’s awesome! Please let me see your phone so I may see all of your child’s images. You go,’No. The duchess stated, “This is the photo I feel comfortable sharing with you.

“And if they push their luck by asserting, ‘No, but you already showed me that one,’ then. Hence, you must show me everything. You know what, you’ve lost your right to privacy because you shared one image with me, so I’m just [going to] hire someone to sit in front of your house or hide in the bushes and snap shots into your backyard,'” she continued.


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