Meghan Markle ‘upset and overwhelmed’ by ‘South Park’ episode: report

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is reportedly feeling “upset and overwhelmed” by the recent South Park episode that made fun of her and her husband, Prince Harry.

The episode, titled “The Problem with a Poo,” aired on Wednesday night and featured a parody of the couple’s recent move to Los Angeles. In the episode, the character of Prince Harry is portrayed as an overly-sensitive, whiny individual who is concerned about the environment and his own celebrity status.

The episode also poked fun at the couple’s recent attempts to trademark their own brand of “Sussex Royal” products, and featured a scene in which Meghan is seen talking to a therapist about her struggles with the British media.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, Meghan is said to be “upset and overwhelmed” by the episode, and is reportedly feeling “unprotected” by the royal family.

The report comes amid reports that the couple is planning to step back from their royal duties and move to the United States. The move has been met with mixed reactions from the public, with some expressing their support for the couple, while others have criticized them for their decision.

It is unclear if the South Park episode will have any effect on the couple’s decision to move, but it is clear that Meghan is feeling the effects of the criticism and mockery.

The South Park episode is just the latest in a long line of media criticism that the couple has faced since announcing their engagement in 2017. The couple has been the subject of intense media scrutiny and criticism, and it appears that the South Park episode has pushed Meghan over the edge.

While it is understandable that Meghan would be feeling overwhelmed by the situation, it is important to remember that the couple is human and deserves to be treated with respect. It is also worth noting that the South Park episode was a parody and should not be taken too seriously.






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