We’ve got no idea what The Prince plot line will be, but we’ll still make an educated guess from Janetti’s Instagram

23.01.2020 | Rebecca Rhys-Evans

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If you don’t follow Gary Janetti, then honestly why do you even have Instagram? The Hollywood producer, who has worked on Family Guy and Will & Grace, has almost a million followers on his satirical account, which is written from the perspective of Prince George.

Now, Janetti has confirmed he will be working with HBO to produce a satirical cartoon based on the British Royal family called The Prince, with a confirmed cast including Orlando Bloom as Prince Harry, Condola Rashad, Lucy Punch, Tom Hollander, Alan Cumming and Frances de la Tour. The plot details are also yet to be announced, but we think it’ll have big Succession energy. HUGE in fact. And to continue these predictions we’ve made some assumptions based on Janetti’s posts on what will happen in The Prince.

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The first episode opens with Meghan arguing with Helena Bonham Carter over what Princess Margaret’s voice actually sounds like on the set of The Crown.

Was the big reunion Brad alluded to about Friends, or was it actually regarding he and Jen’s first day voicing Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles?

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“She’s fucking creepy?”

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Charlotte gets a little possessed for the Halloween special.

After the Target collaboration has much success, Meghan joins Trinny and Susannah and does a guest appearance on the comeback series of What Not to Wear.

"Daddy, I want another pony." The Prince Christmas Special sees Charlotte channel her inner Veruca Salt.

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It will all end with Prince George eventually quitting the show to pursue a career as the presenter of Fashion Police. Move over George Kotsiopoulos and Giuliana Rancic, E! needs a prince to take over Joan Rivers' throne.