Meghan Markle mocked by Harry Enfield as he mimics Prince Charles in brutal royal swipe
Prince Charles: Harry Enfield performs hilarious impression
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Harry Enfield, who is best known for playing Kevin the Teenager, Loadsamoney and The Slobs, was on Chris Evans’ Virgin Radio Breakfast Show. The famous comedian jokingly took aim at Meghan Markle as he impersonated Prince Charles in a swipe at the royals.
The 60-year-old is currently starring in the new West End production The Windsors: The Endgame – a theatrical version of Channel 4’s TV royal satire show.
Harry has returned to his role as Prince Charles but this time for the stage.
Speaking to Gaby Roslin and Sam Pinkham, who are currently filling in for Chris, chatted with the comic.
The actor cheekily took a swipe at the Duchess of Sussex after he was asked to mimic Charles.
Gaby commented: “But your Prince Charles!”
“Yes, I’m very much enjoying myself thank you,” Harry replied, before adding: “There are sword fights and everything.”
The radio presenter then asked the actor to do an impersonation of the Prince of Wales.
Harry quickly obliged, as he began: “Call me Charles, or you can call me sir…”
“What is it like being on stage for The Windsors Endgame?” Gaby quizzed.
Staying in character, Harry said: “It’s absolutely wonderful because we take Britain back to the Dark Ages where there are no roads or any infrastructure. There are no pesticides.”
He added: “We make the world a better place by torturing Meghan on a rack amongst other things.”
Gaby and her co-star chuckled at Harry’s interpretation as the small-screen star addressed his new stage play parodying the Royal Family.
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“We’ve got live sex, torture, songs and millions of jokes,” Harry commented.
The actor also addressed if he had to ask permission from the royals about some of the jokes made towards them.
“No, they don’t sign off anything,” Harry confirmed.
“You can say what you like about the Royal Family and they never make any fuss.”
The Windsors: Endgame is running at the Prince of Wales Theatre until October 9.
During the play, Prince Harry and Meghan are portrayed as California yogis with mentions of their interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The new cast members included former Strictly Come Dancing champion Kara Tointon as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Crystal Condie as Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and EastEnders icon Tracy-Ann Oberman as Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall – the piece’s villain.
Chris Evans Virgin Radio Breakfast Show airs weekdays at 6am.
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