Netflix documentary is to blame: Prince Harry gets in trouble from the royal expert

Does Prince Harry own a deck of cards in which, among other things, the Queen is blatantly made fun of?

Montecito/London – Laughs Prinz Harry (38) privately at the expense of Queen Elizabeth II († 96), Princess Kate (40) and other relatives? It seems so, at least according to some observant viewers of the controversial Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan.

Prince Harry is attacked – because of “tasteless” card game in Netflix documentary

Anyone who has a penchant for black humor is well served with the parlor game “Cards Against Humanity”: Thanks to its – depending on your feelings – politically incorrect answer cards, with which questions or gaps in texts are completed , the game from the USA quickly became a successful party hit.

This has apparently even gotten through to Prince Harry. Because the “Harry & Meghan” documentary not only provides a lot of criticismbut also interesting insights: In a scene in which Prince Harry appears in uniform, viewers with a particularly keen eye want to have discovered the striking, pitch-black packaging of the macabre card game in the background.

“Cards Against Humanity” – from the student idea to the game hit:

As early as 2008, eight high school students in the US state of Illinois came up with the basic idea behind “Card Against Humanity”, which was then called “Cardenfreude”. A crowdfunding campaign in 2010 raised enough money to print the game; In 2011, a separate company was founded for the production and marketing, Cards Against Humanity LLC. In the USA and other countries, the game was repeatedly criticized for its controversial content (Holocaust, sexism…), but it still became a bestseller.

Royal expert shoots Prince Harry – because of “tasteless” card game

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“This game is sick”: Royal expert shoots against Prince Harry for card game

how reported, “Cards Against Humanity” also includes playing cards that talk about “Queen Elizabeth’s flawless A***” or “Kate Middleton’s colonoscopy”. But while Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle (41), especially after their break with the British royal family, are likely to take such statements with humor, they are met with indignant incomprehension from their old homeland.

“This game is sick. It’s ridiculous and absolutely tasteless whether you’re a monarchist or not,” complains Royals expert Ingrid Seward (74) in her The Sun-Column. The “unfunny” card game should never have been seen in the Netflix documentary, according to her unequivocal verdict (more Promi- & TV-News on RUHR24).

Joy, sorrow, jubilation: The milestones of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign

God Save the Queen: The national anthem in honor of Queen Elizabeth II has been performed in Great Britain for over 70 years. The monarch can look back on an eventful life. (photomontage) © Pa/Ben Stansall/dpa
King George VI  poses for the camera with his wife Queen Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth and Margaret.
At the time of her birth, no one suspected that little Elizabeth (2nd from left) would one day take a seat on the throne. After the abdication of her uncle Edward VIII in December 1936, the crown passed to her father George VI. (l.) above. The then ten-year-old Elizabeth became the first in line to the throne and her future changed from one day to the next. © Courtesy Everett Collection/Imago
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip walk arm in arm after their wedding in 1947.
Elizabeth and her Philip (99, † 2021) were able to experience 73 years of marital bliss together. The then British Crown Princess and the naval officer with German roots exchanged vows on November 20, 1947 in front of 2000 guests in London. © United Archives International/Imago
The British royal family at Buckingham Palace after the christening of Prince Charles.
The birth of the first child marks an important turning point in every woman’s life. Elizabeth and Philip’s first son, Prince Charles, was born on November 14, 1948. The Queen became a mother for the first time at the age of 22, securing the line of succession to the British throne. © United Archives International/Imago
Queen Elizabeth II stands next to Prince Philip on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after her coronation
Princess Elizabeth becomes Queen Elizabeth II: After the sudden death of King George VI. (56, † 1952) on February 6, 1952, the then 25-year-old succeeded her father to the British throne. Almost 280 million TV viewers worldwide did not want to miss the pompous coronation on June 2, 1953. © Pa/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip ride in a carriage during the celebration of the 25th throne anniversary.
This milestone put the whole of London in a celebratory mood: Queen Elizabeth II’s silver jubilee was celebrated in June 1977 as part of the “Jubilee Days”. Street festivals, church services, fireworks etc. were held in honor of the monarch. © Zuma/Imago
Queen Mum, Prince Philip, Princess Diana, Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth pose for photographers after Prince William’s christening.
The birth of Prince William heralded a new generation of heirs to the throne, Queen Elizabeth II was already a grandmother of two at the time. Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s first child was born on June 21, 1982. © United Archives/Imago
Queen Elizabeth II gives a speech at Augustusburg Castle in 1992 (symbolic image).
The “annus horribilis” (engl.: year of horror) 1992 is probably still remembered by the Queen to this day. Not only the separations of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and Prince Charles and Diana and the divorce of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips caused an uproar in the palace. In November, a fire devastated several rooms at Windsor Castle. © Martin Gerten/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip look at the flowers laid outside Buckingham Palace following the death of Princess Diana.
The Queen angered her compatriots when she remained silent for days after Princess Diana’s tragic death on August 31, 1997 and did not return to London immediately. The royal family was accused of cold-heartedness and aloofness, and their cool reaction sparked consternation in Britain. © John Stillwell/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II holds flowers in her hand, excited fans are waiting next to her.
After two strokes of fate in spring 2002, the death of her sister Margaret (71, † 2002) and her mother Queen Mum (101, † 2002), Queen Elizabeth II had reason to smile again in the summer. The monarch celebrated her 50th anniversary with the “Golden Jubilee Weekend” in London and several trips abroad. © Martyn Hayhow/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attend the 60th Jubilee Ship Parade.
Ten years later, the next milestone could already be celebrated. In June 2012, all of London was once again in a state of emergency as the unflappable Queen celebrated the 60th anniversary of her accession to the throne. The highlight of the celebrations: a kilometer-long parade of ships through the metropolis. © Paul Marriott/Imago
Queen Elizabeth II speaks to Prince William and Kate Middleton at Prince George’s christening.
Queen Elizabeth II does not have to worry about her successor. The birth of her great-grandson Prince George on July 22, 2013, the first child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, made royal history. For the first time since 1894, there are three generations of heirs to the throne (Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George). © John Stillwell/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II wears a crown and looks out the window of her carriage.
Queen Elizabeth II is the longest reigning British monarch. On September 9, 2015, she overtook her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria (1901, † 81), who held the office of head of state for 63 years and 216 days. © Zuma Press/Imago
Queen Elizabeth II seated at St George’s Chapel in Windsor during the funeral service for Prince Philip.
In 2021, Queen Elizabeth II had to say goodbye to her great love. Prince Philip died at Windsor Castle on April 9, aged 99. Due to the corona restrictions, the funeral service only took place in a small circle. The image of the lonely queen moved royal fans worldwide. © Jonathan Brady/dpa
Queen Elizabeth II poses alongside the British royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the 2022 Trooping the Color Parade.
Queen Elizabeth II still commands her royal wave after a 70-year reign, as she demonstrated at the celebrations in June 2022. The dutiful 96-year-old is the oldest reigning monarch in the world. © Cover-Images/Imago
Two days before her death, Queen Elizabeth II receives British Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle.
Two days before her death on September 8th, Queen Elizabeth II completed her last appointment, the appointment of Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle. Not only the whole of Great Britain mourns the British regent, who died at the age of 96. © i Images/Imago

Recently, there was one for the sometimes unloved relatives of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle curious Christmas tradition of swaying before and after the holidays must. Sources used:,, „Harry & Meghan“ (Dokureihe; Netflix)

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