Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle deny suing over a ‘South Park’ caricature.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have no plans to sue the writers of “South Park” over a recent episode that appeared to be directed at the controversial pair.

Despite allegations that the two are taking legal action against the animated series, a spokesman for Markle, 41, and Harry, 38, told People that “it’s all plain nonsense. Reports that are completely unfounded and dull.”

The clarification comes after a new episode of Comedy Central was published on Wednesday. The plot of “Worldwide Privacy Tour” follows the “prince and princess of Canada” as they relocate to a fake Colorado hamlet to avoid the press.

Throughout the episode, the pair, who bear an uncanny similarity to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, carry banners that read “we want our privacy” and “stop looking at us.”

They do, however, appear to draw a lot of attention to themselves by hanging posters outside their home and doing interviews.

At one point, the characters appear on “Good Morning Canada” to promote the prince’s new book, “Waaagh” – a clear reference to Harry’s jaw-dropping memoir, “Spare.”

Despite the fact that the couple isn’t suing the showrunners, they didn’t seem to like the joke.

The former “Suits” star is apparently “upset and overwhelmed,” as well as “annoyed by ‘South Park,’ but refuses to watch it all,” according to a source at the Spectator.

Nevertheless, sources believe Prince William, who is supposedly estranged from his younger brother, would find the whole thing amusing.

“I’m sure William doesn’t watch ‘South Park,'” a royal insider told “Good Morning Britain,” adding, “but I believe one of his friends will have seen it on social media and [given him a clip].”

“I believe he’s seen it and will have had a wry smile on his face [while watching].”

Due to their mistreatment by the media and its influence on Markle’s mental health, Markle and Harry stepped down from their royal duties in 2020 before heading to California.

Despite their departure from royal duties, the couple has continued to speak out against their time in the royal family in their docuseries “Harry & Meghan” and in several other interviews.