The Worldwide Privacy Tour
Meanwhile, in Canada, the new Prince and Princess appear on Good Morning Canada to promote the Prince's new book Waaagh complaining about the Canadian royal family and journalists, expressing their desire to be left alone and be treated like "normal people". The host expresses skepticism, claiming that the Prince has become a journalist and that because of her reality television series and use of social media, that the Princess is disingenuous in claiming she wants privacy. The Prince declares they will leave Canada for good and that they will find somewhere new to live, traveling to France, Italy, India, Australia, New York City, Aspen and several U. S. states, protesting about their desire to privacy on a "Worldwide Privacy Tour", until they decide to move to South Park, hoping to finally have their privacy. They land their private jet on the pavement and move into the Cartman Residence across the street from Kyle's house, with the Prince playing his drums outside and creating noise.
The Worldwide Privacy Tour
The next morning, Kyle apologizes again for missing out on game night, complaining about the Prince and Princess outside his house, though the other boys have continued to play without him. Kyle promises he is a "reliable, fun-loving, punctual victim" based on his new brand, and promises he is working on himself. During his evening at home, Kyle is trying to watch a tutorial from CumHammer, only for the Prince and Princess outside to set off fireworks, play drums, and sing in protest against the Canadian monarchy, again insisting they need their privacy. Frustrated by their obnoxious behavior, Kyle calls the Park County Police to file a noise complaint, but when he questions them, the Prince tells him to give them their privacy and hit polo balls through his window. When he complains at lunch the next day, the boys admit they are sick of hearing about the royal family from Kyle, who promises to drop the subject, but brings it back up a moment later, causing them to leave.
Kyle goes in for a new brand, and Mr. Davis suggests a "thick-skinned, super cool, nothing bothers him victim" and urges him to stick to this no matter what and avoid going off-brand. He arrives home and finds Canadian posters all over his front door, but decides to ignore it this time, and goes inside to play video games. The Prince and Princess watch from their window, and the Princess quickly tells the Prince that they are being disrespected by him, and the Prince tries to honor her by rubbing his blue penis against the Broflovski's front window, yelling at Kyle to respect people's privacy, but Kyle does not react. The Prince returns home and vows not to let Kyle get away with this.
Seated alongside Prince Harry and pregnant with their second child, Meghan Markle addressed lingering privacy issues in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. The couple famously spoke out against the royal family in the landmark CBS News special in March 2021.
In one scene, a "Good Morning Canada" host questions the Prince of Canada's hypocrisy for exposing his family in a not-so-private manner and slams the Prince's wife for wanting privacy while enjoying a celebrity lifestyle:
"Isn't it true sir, that your questionable wife has her own TV show and hangs out with celebrities and does fashion magazines?" the host asks, seemingly referring to Meghan's own prominence in Hollywood. "Well, I just think that some people might say that your Instagram-loving b***h wife actually doesn't want her privacy."
The Prince of Canada then angrily replies, "How dare you, sir! My Instagram-loving b***h wife has always wanted her privacy! And you know what else? To hell with Canada. We are leaving. We'll go find some quiet place where we can be normal people."
A common criticism directed at the royal couple is that their stated desire for privacy contrasts with their eagerness to share intimate details about their lives (at this point, it seems obvious that the two want to be famous on their own terms, away from the leering lens of the British tabloids).
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Harry and Meghan have been criticized for their alleged pursuit of privacy while simultaneously making contentious statements against the royal family, through the Netflix docuseries 'Harry & Meghan' and Harry's memoir, 'Spare. The South Park episode does not call the royal couple by their first names but rather refers to them as the "dumb prince" and his "stupid wife."
The Feb. 15 episode centered on a "Prince of Canada" and his wife who settle in a fictional Colorado town. At one point, the couple holds signs that read, "We want our privacy" and "stop looking at us."
That same year, after spending time in Canada, the couple relocated to Meghan's home state of California where they expressed their hopes for more privacy during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
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