“This is baseless and boring.”

A spokesperson for the Sussexes denies they are planning to sue South Park over a parody episode.

In a succinctly-worded statement to press, Prince Harry & Meghan Markle have denied tabloid suggestions they are set to sue the makers of South Park over a parody episode.

In the episode, a Canadian TV anchor interviewed the unnamed royals during their “world privacy tour.”

“Let me start with you, sir,” an anchor said to the prince. “You lived a life with the royal family, you had everything handed to you but you say your life has been hard and now you’ve written all about it in your new book: ‘Waaagh'”

The princess character interjects, saying: “I was totally like, ‘You should write a book ’cause your family’s, like, stupid and then so are, like, journalists.”

The anchor responded: “So you hate journalists? And now you wrote a book that reports on the lives of the royal family? So, you’re a journalist?”

The parody led to some suggestions the couple were now considering legal action against South Park but a spokesperson has since told Newsweek, “This is baseless and boring.”

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