An adult cartoon titled “The Prince” hilariously mocks Prince Harry and the Royal Family.
The 12-episode series was created by Family Guy writer Gary Janetti.
In a teaser video, a scene features Prince Harry looking around Hollywood apartments with his wife Meghan Markle —who was voiced by Condola Rashad.
“This might be the smallest palace I’ve ever been in,” cartoon Harry says, making fun of the lifestyle he left behind in the UK.
“Well, it’s an apartment,” cartoon Meghan said.
“Yes, an apartment palace, I know that,” Harry replied. “Lots of tiny palaces inside one big palace.”
The star-studded cast includes Orlando Bloom, who was the voice of cartoon Harry in the series, Alan Cumming, Sophie Turner, and Dan Stevens.
Meanwhile, Prince George’s character, who was voiced by the show creator himself, takes the center stage in the series and is depicted as a spoiled, straight-talking brat.
“Excuse me,” cartoon George asks one of the many butlers. “Do you have tea that doesn’t taste like piss? Thanks.”
The teaser video also shows his less than enthusiastic reaction to receiving a postcard from his ‘Uncle Harry and Aunt Meghan in LA”.
Another scene shows the Queen shooting one of her royal staff members after he startles her.
Prince William was also featured in the cartoon. He was depicted as being unable to take himself to the bathroom and a butler is called to carry him.
As William and Kate lie in bed, William says: “Ugh, great, I feel a s** brewing.” He then clicks his fingers and a servant comes to carry him away to the toilet as his wife looks on.
Iwan Rheon voices the William character, while Lucy Punch voiced Kate Middleton.
Frances de la Tour plays the head of the Royal Family, while Sophie Turner voices Princess Charlotte.
Dan Stevens voices both Prince Philip and Prince Charles.
Further actors are set to make an appearance throughout the series including Kelly Ripa, Brad Goreski, and Andy Cohen.
“The Prince” is now available to stream on HBO Max in the US.