Prince Harry poked fun at on Jimmy Kimmel as US audience howls with laughter



Prince Harry became the butt of the joke during Jimmy Kimmel’s latest opening monologue on his US talk show, following the publication of the Duke of Sussex’s memoir.

The 55-year-old host of Jimmy Kimmel Live! used the eyebrow-raising revelation of Prince Harry ’s frostbitten penis during his brother Prince William’s wedding as punchline fodder.

The Duke of Sussex revealed he applied Elizabeth Arden cream to his ‘todger’ following a 200-mile expedition in the Arctic just weeks before Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011.

The royal said the smell of the cream ‘transported’ him through time to when his late mother Princess Diana used it.

Kimmel had the audience in stitches as he said: “The biggest book of the year so far belongs to Prince Harry, he's topping the bestseller charts.

Kimmel had the audience in stitches
Kimmel had the audience in stitches ( abc)

“His memoir sold almost twice as many copies as Barack Obama's memoir on his first day and there's a reason for that.

“Barack Obama didn't write a chapter about frostbite on his penis.”

He continued: “He rubbed a smidge of mummy's lip balm on his tallywhacker, everybody. It's quite an endorsement for Elizabeth Arden.

“You know when they say to write a tell-all, they don't tell all. It's just a phrase.”

Kimmel added: “The next book will have to create a little more distance between the word mummy and my penis.”

Harry spoke to an audience member during the ad break
Harry spoke to an audience member during the ad break ( CBS via Getty Images)

It comes after the Duke of Sussex had appeared on Stephen Colbert's show to promote his memoir Spare, which has reportedly broken records after selling more than 1.4 million copies on its first day of publication.

Penguin Random House, who published the headline-grabbing autobiography on Tuesday, said the figure is their largest ever first-day sales total for any nonfiction book.

The publisher says the English language edition of Spare sold more than 1,430,000 units in all formats and editions in the United States, Canada and the UK on its release date of January 10.

Harry's autobiography has broken records
Harry's autobiography has broken records ( CBS)

Speaking about the record sales, president and publisher of the Random House Group Gina Centrello said: “While many books by public figures can be fairly categorised as ‘celebrity memoir,’ Spare is not that.

“Vulnerable and heartfelt, brave and intimate, Spare is the story of someone we may have thought we already knew, but now we can truly come to understand Prince Harry through his own words.

“Looking at these extraordinary first day sales, readers clearly agree, Spare is a book that demands to be read, and it is a book we are proud to publish.”

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