The Queen rages 'who do you need to f*** for a mimosa?!' in OUTRAGEOUS clip from HBO's The Prince
A SHOCKING clip from HBO's The Prince sees the Queen rage "Who do you need to f*** for a mimosa?!"
The adult animation is the latest offering from Family Guy creator Gary Janetti.
Launched on HBO Max last month, the eight-part series lampoons members of the Royal Family – including the Queen.
Janetti shared the jaw-dropping snippet of the head of state waving around an empty glass with a full English breakfast placed in front of her.
The matriarch then shouts outrageously: "Hey, who do you have to f*** to get a mimosa around here?!"
Writer Janetti uploaded the clip to his Instagram page and captioned it with the words: "Brunch with the Queen. @theprinceonmax streaming now."
One fan gushed: "I love this show so much. You are such a genius!"
Another added: "The VOICE of the Queen is SO HILARIOUS, I need to keep watching it over and over again!"
A third wrote: "My favorite scene. I died laughing!"
But one Instagram user commented on the Queen's portrayal and declared: "Hmmmm, bad taste I’m afraid.
"The Queen has been selfless in her service to her country and this is just a step too far I’m afraid.
"I’ll not be watching, and I’m unfollowing.👎"
Elizabeth II is voiced by Rising Damp and Harry Potter actress Frances de la Tour.
The star-studded cast also includes Orlando Bloom, who is the voice of Harry, Condola Rashād as the Duchess of Sussex and Lucy Punch as the Duchess of Cambridge.
Iwan Rheon voices Prince William, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner is Princess Charlotte and Dan Stevens has taken on the role of Prince Charles and Prince Philip.
The series has so far received mixed reactions to its portrayal of the royals, with the action being seen through the eyes of Duke of Cambridge's eldest son.
Prince George, voiced by creator Janetti himself, takes centre-stage in the cartoon and is depicted as a spoilt, straight-talking youngster.
"Excuse me," he asks one of the many butlers in one episode. "Do you have tea that doesn't taste like piss? Thanks."
There's even a scene showing the Queen shooting one of her staff members after he startles her.
She is seen relaxing on her throne when her royal servant comes towards her to offer her a cup of tea.
He says: "Excuse me your…"
But before he's able to say anything else she gets a gun out and shoots him.
Her Majesty shouts: "Everyone stop f****ing startling me!"
As George looked on, he says: "She's such a bad b****."
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