If you've seen the latest episode of 'South Park', you'll be well aware of who Trey Parker and Matt Stone have in their sights this time around.

Although they are never named in the episode of the long-running cartoon - dubbed 'The Worldwide Privacy Tour' - it is clear that the butt of their joke is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

A Canadian red-haired prince embarks on a publicity tour to promote his new autobiography 'Waaagh', while his wife - wearing a dress and hat very similar to one that Meghan has worn in the past - demands they go on an extravagant 'worldwide tour' demanding privacy in the loudest, most attention-seeking manner possible.

They eventually land in South Park where their constant desire for privacy/attention involves playing drums and polo on their front lawn and setting off fireworks - much to the irritation of their neighbour, Kyle.

The Meghan character is also described at one point as "sorority girl, actress, influencer, victim."

There has been speculation that Harry and Meghan may well take legal action due to their portrayal on the cartoon, but The Spectator reports that the Duchess is "upset and overwhelmed" by the episode, and is "annoyed, but refuses to watch it all”.

Is parody and satire enough to build a legal case against? We'll have to see how this one plays out...