After publishing a particularly insulting cartoon in reaction to Prince Philip’s death, the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo caused controversy online.
The portrait includes a racist portrayal of Meghan Markle nude, as well as Prince Harry posing as a Nazi. A line of bananas is pictured around the waist of the Duchess.
They’re paying homage to Prince Philip, according to the accompanying wording, with Harry giving a Nazi salute.
“The Harry & Meghan Tribute to Prince Philip,” it reads.
Prince Philip died this morning at the age of 99, according to Buckingham Palace.
He held the record for being the longest-serving royal consort in British history.
The racial language in the Charlie Hebdo cartoon was strongly criticized online, with pundits criticizing it.
“If you’re so unfunny you have to resort to bigotry to make cracks then you’re a failing project,” Nadine Batchelor-Hunt, political reporter for Politics JOE UK, tweeted.
Victoria Uwonkunda, a BBC presenter, retweeted the cartoon, calling it “unnecessary to say the least.”
“This is outrageous,” wrote Funmi-Nkem, a British Nigerian journalist.