"A Christmas photo released by the royal family features a bad photoshop job where Prince Louis' finger appears to be missing and — this is sweet — Meghan Markle said she has a finger they can use if they need it," Jost said during the program's "Weekend Update" segment.
Producers flashed an edited photo of the Duchess of Sussex to make it appear as though she was making the profane gesture.
Although Meghan has been open about disliking negative media attention, Omid Scobie claimed Prince Harry can laugh off comedic commentary. OK! previously reported Scobie discussed Harry's feelings about reactions to his memoir, Spare, while promoting Endgame.
"I mean, there are obviously things in the book that were great stand-up fodder," Scobie said. "From what I understand, he [Harry] gets it, he got it. You know, I don't think there was any kind of hurt feelings about that."
"And quite honestly, if you're a public figure, a celebrity, you want to be included in those late-night monologues," Scobie continued. "You want to be an SNL skit, these are the things that show that you've made it."
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"I haven't heard anything about regretting anything about that," Scobie explained. "But I think it had been, by the time it had come out. He had been read so many times among the people around him and himself. But they must have been extremely confident about everything that they were pressing out."
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"I feel this is a pronouncement that they have jumped the shark. They are not beloved and her hopes of running for president, reported hopes, are all but dashed," Kelly said in reference to Meghan's rumored political aspirations.
"That's not happening," she said on "The Megyn Kelly Show." "When South Park turns on you, there's no recovering."