Prince Harry and Meghan Markle criticized for ‘stoking the fire’ in the United States
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are only adding to speculation that they have offended South Park with their statement, which experts have called it “unnecessary”.
Author Natalie Oliveri, made these revelations in a new piece for Honey.nine.
There she wrote: “While Harry and Meghan’s initial statement when announcing their intention to step back mentioned their hopes of continuing their public duties, they have engaged in several high-profile legal battles with newspapers about confidentiality.”
“So when Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, used the issue of privacy to poke fun at the royal couple, many saw the episode as perfect.”
“The world found the humor in the episode called ‘The Worldwide Privacy Tour’, but not the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
The writer also added that “amid reports that they were planning to take legal action, their spokesperson was quick to shut down the rumours.”
The representative in question even said, “This is frankly nonsense. Totally baseless and boring reports.
But in the eyes of the writer, “why even comment at all? This only adds to speculation that the couple took offense to each other (which is so fashionable these days), especially Meghan who felt “upset and overwhelmed”.