Queen asks "WTF is going on with Harry" in HBOs The Prince

The Queen can be seen asking “what the f***k is wrong with Harry” in a clip from HBO’s The Prince.

The scene from the animated series also features Real Housewives Star Lisa Rinna who mistakenly thinks that the Monarch is talking about her husband Harry Hamlin.

Her character, who smashes a glass on the table, angrily remarks: “How dare you talk about Harry?”

The Queen responds by calling the American actress a “bitch” whilst stating “you’re in my house now.”

The new comedy, which centers on Prince George, portrays him as spoilt and conniving as his character spreads royal gossip.

Royal fans and critics have hit back at the parody calling for it to be axed.

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In a tweet, reporter Omid Scobie said: “Royals have been parodied on dozens of shows over the years (Spitting Image, The Windsors, SNL etc) but this is the first time I can recall children being targeted.”

“It may be “comedy” but it comes across as creepy and borderline bullying,” he added.

However creator, Gary Janetti, who voices the eight-year-old future king, previously explained that “everything was meant with affection.”

Orlando Bloom, who stars as Prince Harry, also insisted that the show was harmless.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor said: “It’s not malicious or intended to be. He’s really got his finger on the pulse, Gary. He’s so smart and so zeitgeisty,"

He added: “I rolled the dice on it, but I’m going to have to mention it to Prince Harry when I next see him, because I’m not going to be able to not.

“Oddly, I’m sure I’m going to see him at some point, just because of the nature of the universe, it always throws people together."

The 44-year-old did admit that he was initially hesitant to take on the role.

Speaking about his thought process at the time, he remarked: “Hmm, how do I feel about this,' because I’m a British boy who’s very proud of my roots.

“I understand how the royal family is loved by some and loathed by others, and I’ve always understood it as part of my heritage and background. I’m not someone who wants to poke fun at anyone normally, but this was so clever, witty and affectionately done.”

He continued: "Actually Katy saw one bit of it and was like, 'You’ve got to do this. This is genius.' And the animation is done by some of the guys who did Family Guy , so it’s going to be very amusing. And who doesn’t love the royal family?"

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