Meghan and Harry discuss suing ‘South Park’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are not afraid to file a new lawsuit, this time against the producers of the animated series “South Park”, which ridiculed the couple for several minutes due to their decision to give up their senior roles in the royal family of the United Kingdom in search of “privacy”.

“Sources close to the former royals, it appears that, like so many things with Meghan and Harry, this may have legal ramifications attached to it.”royal expert Neil Sean told “Fox News.”

According to his comments, the lawyers for the Dukes of Sussex analyze “with a magnifying glass” where there could be an attack on his person. “Her legal team is analyzing the episodes to see what is wrong and what could turn out to be something more sinister.”adding that, so far, the producers of the satirical series have not received any legal documents.

“South Park” is an American cartoon production created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who through harsh criticism and satire ridicule society and current characters with surreal situations through their protagonists: Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski, Stan Marsh, Kenny McCormick, and Butters Stotch.

In the chapter dedicated to Harry and Meghan, their desire to have a private life while they walk around the world is criticized, the fed up of people about their complaints against the monarchy and the revelations of Prince Harry’s book, which in the series is titled “Waagh“, among other moments of the controversial couple.

The public relations of the Dukes of Sussex have not expressed their position.