The royal couple is finally getting their American TV show -- kind of. “Family Guy” writer Gary Janetti has announced his upcoming satirical show about the royal family called “The Prince,” and “Pirates of the Carribean” actor Orlando Bloom is set to play Prince Harry. 

According to CNN, “The Prince” will be exclusive to new streaming service HBO Max and will feature Bloom's voice, alongside some other familiar Hollywood names, such as Condola Rashad, Lucy Punch, Alan Cumming, Iwan Rheon, and Tom Hollander. The actors will be playing Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, George's butler Owen, Prince William, and Prince Philip/Prince Charles, respectively. 

Bloom is perhaps most famous for playing blacksmith-turned-pirate Will Turner in “Pirates of the Carribean” and Legolas in “Lord of the Rings.” Most recently, he has starred alongside Cara Delevingne in the Amazon Prime Video urban-fantasy noir “Carnival Row.” Bloom has a history of playing English royals, as he previously portrayed the 1st Duke of Buckingham, George Villiers in “The Three Musketeers.” 

The animated series is focused on 6-year-old Prince George and his perspective on the rather unusual life of royalty. Apparently, Janetti’s own Instagram account, which constantly pokes fun at the royal family for nearly one million followers, serves as the inspiration for this adult animated comedy. 

In these posts, Janetti shares the headline from a popular news article regarding the royal family with a picture of Prince George on the side, reacting to it. Janetti captions the photo with Prince George’s satirical take on the news. Deadline reports that Janetti himself will be providing the voice for the protagonist, Prince George. 

“The Prince” doesn’t have a release date at the press time, but is expected to premiere sometime this spring. HBO Max launches in spring.