A spokesman for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said reports that the couple would take legal action over the South Park incident were “frankly nonsense.”
A version of the American animated TV series appears to be targeting the couple.
The episode, titled Worldwide Privacy Tour, follows a “Canadian Prince” character and his wife who move into the fictional South Park.
The fictional couple was seen drawing attention to themselves and promoting a memoir called Waaaagh.
There are also similarities in Harry’s hair and beard and Meghan’s 2018 Trooping the Color dress.
Some royal commentators in the media have said Harry and Meghan’s lawyers are working on the episode, but those claims have been dismissed.
A spokesman for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told PEOPLE: “It’s all bullshit, frankly. Totally unfounded, boring reporting.”
Last month, it was revealed that Netflix’s Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41 series is coming to the streaming service #2 Documentary It was released before.
The documentary, which aired just before Christmas, led to the publication of the duke’s controversial memoir Spare.
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