Animated satire Prince takes aim at royal family in new trailer – .

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An animated satirical comedy that pokes fun at the royal family has been released in the United States, depicting the Queen as a trigger-happy union boss and Prince Charles as a frustrated mom boy desperate to be king.

The Prince, created by Family Guy producer Gary Janetti, revolves around a fictional version of Prince George as a tyrant child with expensive taste, overwhelming sense of humor and a grim take on his family – especially his rogue brother Louis.

Prince Harry struggles to grasp the concept of living in an ‘apartment’ after moving to California with Meghan, while Prince William has such a right that he has to be taken to the bathroom by an assistant.

The 12-episode series, which cost £ 5million to create, is available to stream in the US on HBO Max from today. It was originally due to be presented in the spring, but was pushed back following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh on April 9.

It is currently not available in the UK.

The Prince, created by Family Guy producer Gary Janetti, revolves around a fictional version of Prince George as a tyrant child with expensive taste, overwhelming sense of humor and a grim take on his family – especially his rogue brother Louis. It is presented in the United States today. Pictured left to right: Camilla, Prince Charles, The Queen, Prince Philip, Prince William and Kate

Prince Harry is shown coming to terms with his post-royal life as he and Meghan arrive at an LA apartment.  Looking around he says:

Prince Harry is shown coming to terms with his post-royal life as he and Meghan arrive at an LA apartment. Looking around he said: “This is possibly the smallest palace I have ever been to”

The 12-episode series, which cost £ 5million to create, is available to stream in the US on HBO Max from today.  It was originally due to be presented in the spring, but was pushed back following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh on April 9.  In the photo, Prince George

The 12-episode series, which cost £ 5million to create, is available to stream in the US on HBO Max from today. It was originally due to be presented in the spring, but was pushed back following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh on April 9. In the photo, Prince George

The all-star cast features Orlando Bloom as Prince Harry, Sophie Turner of Game Of Thrones as Princess Charlotte and Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey as Prince Philip.

A two-minute trailer shared on Twitter last night offers a taste of what viewers can expect from the irreverent TV series.

Prince Harry is shown coming to terms with his post-royal life as he and Meghan arrive at an LA apartment. Looking around, he said to his wife, “This may be the smallest palace I’ve ever been to.

Meghan corrects him: “Well, it’s an apartment”, to which Harry replies: “Yes, an apartment palace, I know that. Lots of small palaces inside a big palace.

In another scene, members of the Royal Family – including Prince Philip – are seen having afternoon tea at Buckingham Palace as the Queen jumps up and down in her seat and shouts: ” I would like a treat, I would like a treat, the queen would like a treat! ‘

Prince George turns to a nearby royal assistant and asks: “Do you have any tea that doesn’t taste like ***”

Elsewhere, we see Charles saying to Camilla:

Elsewhere, we see Charles saying to Camilla: “I want to be king, she made him go, now it’s my turn”, before running out when the queen calls his name.

Prince George admits he is afraid of the younger brother Prince Louis in the photo, who is portrayed as a thug, while the sleek and appropriate Princess Charlotte is cheerful and expresses herself well.

Prince George admits he is afraid of the younger brother Prince Louis in the photo, who is portrayed as a thug, while the sleek and appropriate Princess Charlotte is cheerful and expresses herself well.

The young prince admits he is afraid of the younger brother, Prince Louis, who is described as a thug, while the elegant and appropriate Princess Charlotte is cheerful and expresses herself well.

Elsewhere, we see Charles saying to Camilla: “I want to be king, she made him go, now it’s my turn”, before running out when the queen calls his name.

Prince William is carried out of bed and to the toilet by an attendant when he declares he is ready for a ***.

In the closing moments of the trailer, the Queen tells great-grandson Prince George, “Honey, you have no idea how hard it is to be the head of a family. State and a union ”, before killing an employee who“ surprises ”his.

An admiring George said, “She’s such a bad bitch.” “

Prince George directs the show in The Prince.  Two-minute trailer shared on Twitter last night offers a taste of what viewers can expect from the irreverent TV series

Prince George directs the show in The Prince. Two-minute trailer shared on Twitter last night offers a taste of what viewers can expect from the irreverent TV series

The all-star cast features Orlando Bloom as Prince Harry, Sophie Turner of Game Of Thrones as Princess Charlotte and Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey as Prince Philip

The all-star cast features Orlando Bloom as Prince Harry, Sophie Turner of Game Of Thrones as Princess Charlotte and Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey as Prince Philip

There had been speculation as to whether the Duke of Edinburgh’s character would be removed from the series following his death, but he still appears in the trailer.

Last year, the creators of the animated series were accused of “taking cheap photos” after a trailer for the upcoming show appeared to mock Prince George, with critics claiming the young royal could be affected by his performance in the eight-part series.

A rival Disney Studios producer said: “It’s one thing for filmmakers to play fast and freely with the truth on shows like The Crown, but making fun of a seven-year-old seems cruel and unfair.

“Some things should be banned. It is morally wrong to use a child for cheap laughter.

While TV critic Katherine Singh said, “It’s important to remember that George is still a kid who had no say in life.

“What we say about people, even those who seem untouchable like the Royals, can seriously and negatively affect people. Prince George is old enough to know what’s going on.

However, Mr Janetti, who first started taunting the royals on his Instagram account, defended the show.

He said: “I hope he finds this super funny and has a sense of humor about it, and obviously sees that everything is meant with affection. ”

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