Prince William helpless over Prince George portrayal in ‘The Prince’

Prince William helpless over Prince George portrayal in 'The Prince' Credit: Wikimedia

Prince William and Catherine helpless over Prince George portrayal in ‘The Prince’, according to royal commentator.

Despite Prince George being portrayed in an undesirable manner in the HBO Max series “The Prince”, Prince William and Catherine are helpless according to royal expert Victoria Arbiter. She believes that if they speak out it would only cause more uproar and generate additional publicity for the show. They also have no jurisdiction in the US.

Prince George is not treated well by the show and is said to come across as a “foul-mouthed, pint-sized, Martini-swilling diva”.

“Considering eight-year-old Prince George is the adult cartoon’s chief protagonist, many have been quick to ask why the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge haven’t issued a complaint, but in truth, their regal hands are tied,” commented Arbiter.

“Americans would likely be up in arms if Brits vilified Donald and Melania Trump’s son, Barron, in a similar fashion, but the royals have zero jurisdiction over a US-made program airing on a US-based platform.”

The show has recently made headlines across the world as it mocked the Royal family. Many believe that the Royal “children should be off-limits”, and this is something that the Royal commentator agrees with.

“But any objection from William and Kate would only deliver a fresh round of publicity for what (showrunner Gary) Janetti has erroneously described as a ‘very funny’ show. For that reason alone, there won’t be any official word,” said Arbiter.

“Their children, however, should be an automatic no-go. Innocent parties in an increasingly mean world, they didn’t ask for the life they were born into and they shouldn’t be pilloried for what is merely a twist of fate.”

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