DISGRACEFUL HBO ANIMATED CARTOON
US TV Series Mocks Prince George to Make Money
We have seen a myriad of cartoons making fun of members of the royal family but mostly they can stand up for themselves and, like anyone in the public arena, have to learn to take things on the chin. However, the recent HBO MAX animated cartoon series ‘The Prince’ does not just satirise the royal family but centres on and lampoons Prince George, just eight years of age, who is portrayed as an arrogant, spoilt, snobbish and pretentious toffee-nosed schoolboy. Prince Louis also features as a spoiled brat.
The Queen is pictured as a domineering person who seems to be always eating and the Duke of Edinburgh (the series was produced prior to his death) is shown as a frail, dribbling and mumbling imbecile. Needless to say, since this is a US production, Meghan appears to be well treated.
HBO, which stands for ‘Home Box Office’, is a cable television channel featuring on Foxtel. They have released the pilot series which is already airing in the United States but fortunately HBO MAX is not yet available in Australia but doubtless there will be a number of excerpts shown over here.
Just imagine what Prince George will think when fellow schoolboys and people in general hold up their smart phones and snigger at him, which will undoubtedly happen. Something like this could severely traumatise a young child and is a disgrace but, unfortunately, because it is an American production there is little that we can do other than to object via email which I encourage you to do at:
Regrettably, there will probably be worse to come and as far as Australia is concerned it is up to each and every one of us to stand up to defend our constitutional liberties under the Crown.
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