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Harry and Meghan break silence on South Park episode, deny planning to sue.

Harry and Meghan break silence on South Park episode, deny planning to sue.

After being ridiculed in a South Park episode, PRINCE Harry and MEGHAN MARKLE have released a statement.

The couple issued a statement following the airing of the episode.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were mocked on South Park

The episode, titled World Privacy Tour, mocks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they relocate to the fictional town.

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To live a more private life, the couple exits the plane holding signs that read “we want our privacy” and “stop staring at us.”

Harry and Meghan are also seen promoting the Prince’s book ‘Waaagh,’ which is similar to Harry’s ‘Spare’

It was reported that the couple was considering legal action after the show aired.

However, their spokesperson slammed the allegations, telling Newsweek, “This is baseless and dull.”

Previously, Californian sources asserted that Meghan “was annoyed by South Park but refuses to watch the entire series.”

Meghan is described as a “sorority girl, actress, influencer, and victim” in the cartoon.

As they enter South Park, the princess is overheard remarking, “If we moved here, people would believe we’re serious about wanting to be normal.”

In the meantime, the animated comedy made fun of Harry’s book.

The cheeky episode began with the standard disclaimer that all characters are fictional, even if they are based on real people. Nonetheless, the show portrayed the couple.

After the broadcast, viewers joked that the portrayal was spot on.

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One said, “South Park has nailed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry incredibly well.”

Someone else added, “They are certainly making fun of Harry and Meghan.”

It follows reports that Harry and Meghan Markle have not yet decided whether they will attend the coronation of the King.

According to reports, the couple is concerned that the atmosphere will be as “toxic” as it was during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and funeral.

Before agreeing to fly to the United Kingdom for the event, the Duke of Sussex, 38, reportedly wishes to speak with his father, Charles, 74, and brother, William, 40, to discuss the finer points and clear the air.

It is believed that Harry has had no contact with either of them since the release of his explosive memoir Spare a month ago.

If the Prince and Meghan, age 41, join the 2,000-member congregation on May 6, they will do so as ‘normal’ family members with no special responsibilities.

They may also be prohibited from appearing on the Buckingham Palace balcony.