Prince Philip's health is repeatedly mocked in HBO cartoon The Prince - just months after his tragic death.Queen Elizabeth's husband is drawn in a crude white colour palette, with a sparse few hairs on his head and a humped back, with missing teeth.In the first episode of the new HBO show, which comes from the brains behind hit animation Family Guy, Prince Philip can be seen eating a plate of puréed food while those around him tuck into a full banquet.It isn't far into the episode that he begins making an odd noise, as Prince George - voiced by show creator Gary Janetti - tells a butler: "Get the defibrillator paddles ready."The Queen (Frances de la Tour), meanwhile, encourages him to calm by saying: "Settle, settle."After a moment of
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