Prince George is the subject of a new animated series which some have described as is ‘disrespectful’ and ‘grossly offensive portrayals.

A fictionalised Prince George (Gary Janetti) stars in HBO’s new animated star-studded satire, The Prince, which streamed on HBO Max on Thursday, 29 July 2021.

The cast includes Frances de la Tour (Queen Elizabeth II), Dan Stevens (Prince Philip and Prince Charles),
Iwan Rheon (The Duke of Cambridge), Sophie Turner (Princess Charlotte), Orlando Bloom (Prince Harry), Condola Rashad (Meghan Markle).

According to Ed Power in The Telegraph, ‘George is portrayed as a spoiled, wilful twerp with a quasi-American accent’ and ‘blatantly “inspired” by Family Guy’s megalomaniacal infant, Stewie Griffin’ from The Family Guy.

According to newspaper reports, some have said royal children should be off limits when it comes to ridiculing the British Royal Family.

IMBD points out the bleeding obvious in the trivia section: ‘No members of the royal family, living the the UK, cooperated with the series.’

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Meanwhile, the real Prince George celebrated his 8th birthday on Thursday, 22 July 2021.

The real Prince George turned 8 in July 2021. Photo: HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

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