The last of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's credibility has, according to experts, managed to vanish.
A former Australian member of parliament Louise Mensch made this assertion while speaking with renowned pundit Piers Morgan for Sky News Australia.
Speaking on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's newest endeavours, she acknowledged that although they had "sell a lot of books," they had "chucked away whatever credibility they had with both hands" in the process.
The discussion was centred around the South Park, American satire, parody titled Worldwide Privacy Tour.
There, she was even quoted saying, "Now, they sell a lot of books because, let’s face it, we all like a bit of gossip, but they have chucked away whatever credibility they had with both hands."
This parody follows a statement by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s spokesperson who told People magazine, "It's all frankly nonsense. Totally baseless, boring reports."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle mocked in South Park:
As its 26th season premiered on CBS, the American animated satire series South Park made fun of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. In the second edition of the programme The Worldwide Privacy Tour, which followed the Prince and Princess of Canada as they travelled the globe, the couple was assaulted once more.
The couple's demand for privacy was ridiculed on television without specifically using their identities. In the second episode, a red-headed prince and his bride are introduced. The bride wears a style that is uncannily similar to one Meghan Markle has previously worn.
The two are also shown in the episode promoting the prince's new book, Waaagh, which is closely related to Prince Harry's recently published, disputed memoir, Spare. After then, the episode's video segments swiftly gained popularity on social media.