A satire of the British Royal Family is heading to HBO
A satire of the Royal Family dubbed ‘The Prince’ is heading to streaming platform HBO Max.
The cartoon will revolve around Prince George and his modern ‘Aunt Meghan’.
The animated comedy show is going to be based on a popular Instagram parody account which imagines a youthful George's scathing responses to news stories about Meghan and the broader royal household.
It'll portray the Windsors through ‘the eyes of a youthful Prince George,’ and involve characters in Prince George's life including ‘his modern Aunt Meghan and Uncle Harry.’
The announcement comes just after Harry and Meghan's shock exit from life as functioning royals.
Prince Harry jetted from Britain to join with Meghan in Canada on Monday, as they begin their new life outside of a castle, and instead in a luxury house outside Vancouver.
Gary Janetti, who has previously worked on both "Family Guy" and "Will & Grace," will write and produce The Prince. Janetti's Instagram account, which frequently features memes of Prince George, has over 880,000 followers.
A recent post that featured an article about Harry and Meghan no longer using their royal titles featured a shocked-looking George using the caption: "Oh my, they will be... people."
The show will be voiced by Orlando Bloom, Alan Cumming and Tom Hollander.
"We are so excited to bring the entire world Gary's made on Instagram over to HBO Max, where our viewers can discover what his Instagram fans already know --- that George can be hilarious, shocking, and surprisingly sweet," said HBO Max content head Sarah Aubrey.
The show is being described as "a biting, satirical look at the life span of Prince George," and will broadcast on upcoming streaming platform HBO Max.