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Satire is at the heart of free speech and expression. A recent South Park episode lampoons Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their recent worldwide privacy tour. After allegedly wanting to be left alone, the couple has written books, filmed a documentary, and moved to a hotbed of celebrities and paparazzi. The cartoon draws on humorous yet true elements to the couple’s game of victimhood. But the episode goes beyond poking fun at the hypocritical actions of Prince Harry and Meghan. It also shows how this so-called worldwide privacy tour affects everyday people. It tells people that whatever they face, they can play the victim card to earn universal sympathy. It also reveals the many flaws of this approach. This episode provides much-needed insight for the royal couple and society to reflect upon.
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