Prince Harry's recently published memoir, "Spare," has been the subject of ongoing ridicule, especially in the United States, where comedians have taken the opportunity to poke fun at the royal's revelations. With the announcement of a parody "biography" titled "Spare Us! A Harrody," the mockery shows no signs of ending anytime soon.

"Spare Us! A Harrody": A Comedic Take on Prince Harry's Memoir

Set to be published by Little Brown, owned by Hachette, on April 1, "Spare Us! A Harrody" is a satirical take on Prince Harry's memoir, "Spare." The parody is authored by Bruno Vincent, who previously gained attention for his Enid Blyton parodies, including the book "Five on Brexit Island," which became a Christmas number-one best-seller in Britain.

A press release promoting "Spare Us" read: "He was born into an ancient, powerful dynasty and, through no fault of his own, became one of the most recognizable men on the planet. His life was a constant barrage of press intrusion and manipulation. Until, finally, he demanded that it stop. In order to get the privacy he so craved, he has written a frostbite-and-all book that goes deep inside the castle walls and exposes every shouting match, fist-fight, betrayal, teddy bear, awkward hug, and tear-stained wedding rehearsal for the world to feast their eyes on. All for privacy! This is his story."

A Shift in the Discussion Surrounding Harry and Meghan

Since the publication of "Spare" in January, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become the target of comedians in the United States, marking a significant shift in the discourse around the couple. Harry's memoir has provided ample material for comedians, particularly his account of experiencing frostbite on his penis during a 2011 trek across the North Pole.

Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, and Chris Rock are among those who have mocked Harry and Meghan since the book's release. The couple has also been satirized on South Park with a memoir by the "Prince of Canada" titled "Waaagh" during an episode titled "The Worldwide Privacy Tour."

The ongoing ridicule of Prince Harry following the publication of his memoir, "Spare," shows no signs of slowing down with the forthcoming release of the parody biography "Spare Us! A Harrody." As comedians continue to capitalize on the revelations in Harry's book, the discussion surrounding the royal couple has taken a sharp turn, revealing the challenges they face in their quest for privacy.