‘What the f*** is the matter with Harry?’ In a controversial cartoon, the Queen mocks Prince Harry.
In the satirical cartoon The Prince, based on the lives and times of the monarch’s great-grandson, Prince George, QUEEN ELIZABETH II is portrayed mocking her grandson Prince Harry.
Queen Elizabeth II (played by Frances de la Tour) is a fictionalized version of the real-life monarch, as The Prince creator Gary Janetti has shared his thoughts on how the Royal Family behaves behind closed doors. Although the sitcom revolves around Prince George (Gary Janetti), Prince Harry (Orlando Bloom) and his wife, Meghan Markle, have also been transformed into cartoons (Condola Rashad). However, in a rare outburst, the king loses it with Prince Charles’ (Dan Stevens) second born in a clip from the HBO Max series.
The Queen is seen in the short tape asking people around her, “What the f***k is wrong with Harry?!?” in reference to the Duke of Sussex’s move to America and the ensuing scandal over the previous year.
However, another character, who appears to be a cardboard imitation of Lisa Rinna from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, is shown misinterpreting what the king says.
The other version of the reality TV star shatters a bottle because she believes the Queen is referring to her husband, Harry Hamlin.
“How dare you bring up Harry,” Lisa asks, and it doesn’t take long for the cartoon version of the king to respond.
In addition to calling the American a “b***h,” an enraged Queen adds, “You’re in my house now.”
No member of the Royal Family has commented on the show’s scenes or the satirical portrayal of their lives.
Viewers and skeptics have weighed in on the series, offering both criticism and admiration, and sharing their ideas on Twitter.
“#ThePrince program is really fantastic the queen is my favorite,” one user posted on Twitter, while another said, “#Theprince on @hbomax is very much how I image the royals.”
“I can’t believe I’m saying this, but #ThePrince on HBOMAX is so hilarious,” a third said, while a fourth added, “#ThePrince on HBOMAX is hilarious.”
What the f*** is Harry’s problem?
Last month, the series premiered on HBO Max, with all 12 episodes available to stream at once.
It was supposed to air in late Spring, but it didn’t. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”