The Queen has reportedly decided to impeach Prince Harry for being a bad son and a terrible Prince.
The decision was reportedly taken by Her Majesty, backed by Prince Charles. The Duke of Edinburgh was said to be so angry that he had to be restrained from punching his grandson in the face.
Articles of impeachment will now be delivered to the Prime Minister. In the past, members of the Royal Family who have been impeached have normally been sent for trial to Parliament, but the recent Brexit scandal has demonstrated that Parliament isn’t able to decide anything of importance, so trial will be by a jury of common folk.
Prince Harry is charged with marrying a foreigner without the Queen’s permission, stepping back from Royal duties without the Queen’s permission and thinking of moving to Canada without the Queen’s permission. A lesser charge of going to the toilet without the Queen's permission has been dropped. The British media has responded with fevered pitch coverage, condemning Prince Harry for “upsetting the Queen, who doesn’t deserve this shit”. Public opinion is also firmly against Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, for causing a rift between Prince Harry and his older brother Prince William.
A jury of 12 completely objective and fair-minded men and women has reportedly accidentally convicted Prince Harry of all charges, before hearing any evidence. The conviction was hastily set aside by the Queen.
Lawyers for Prince Harry have pointed out that Meghan has been criticised for things that other royals have been celebrated for, such as guest editing Vogue Magazine, despite other Royals including Kate being praised for guest editing Huffington Post and Prince Charles praised for guest editing Country Life.
Tickets for the trial can be purchased from the following website: www.sarahferguson.com.