Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in the spotlight ever since they started being together and when the Duke of Sussex published his ‘Spare’ memoir, he did a bunch of interviews and was looking to be in the public eye.
Now it turns out both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been feeling humiliated after the reaction of the public, especially comedians who have mocked the experiences that they dad.
Recently, Chris Rock addressed Meghan Markle’s remarks about not knowing that the Royals were racist, to which Rock quipped “‘ What do you mean ‘I didn’t know, I had no idea how racist they were.’ It’s the royal family! You didn’t Google those motherf—–s? What the f— is she talking about, she didn’t know? The f—? It’s the royal family, they’re the original racists. They invented colonialism. They’re the OGs of racism. They’re the Sugarhill Gang of racism. Like, ‘a hip, hop, the hippie, the hippie to the hip hip hop-a don’t stop – the racism.'”
Furthermore, Trevor Noah had a more subtle joke when he spoke about the prince’s frostbitten penis while Noah was hosting the Grammys.
Chris Rock, Trevor Noah, and South Park made fun of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
A former friend of Meghan spoke to the Express and mentioned that they were not expecting the public to humiliate them and suggested that the book was a “massive miscalculation”.
“I don’t think they would have thought that people like Trevor Noah, for instance, would joke about them at the Grammys and that it would be humiliating,” Nick Ede told the Express.