Satire, mockery, and ridicule are time-honored traditions for public figures.
But the next level is a South Park version of your weaknesses. And as pundit Megyn Kelly noted on her podcast this week, “Once South Park turns you on, there’s no turning back.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been mocked in the latest episode of The Worldwide Privacy Tour series.
“I think that’s a statement that they jumped the shark, they’re not loved and their hopes of running for president are all pretty much dashed,” said Kelly, 52, on “The Megyn Kelly Show ”, which was published on Friday.
“That does not happen. When South Park turns you on, there’s no going back.”
As a result, the couple – who are not identified as Harry and Meghan, but clearly are – relocate to the US in search of privacy. One of her ways of doing this is by promoting the book Waaagh on TV, which features a cover remarkably similar to Harry’s memoir Spare.
“We just want to be normal people — all this attention is so tough,” the prince says in the episode, after admitting he “hates” journalists. They are called out and angrily march off with their “We Want Our Privacy” signs.