Jimmy Kimmel mocks Prince Harry’s revelation that he rubbed his mother’s lip cream on his penis

Jimmy Kimmel last night mercilessly mocked Prince Harry’s revelation that he rubbed his mother’s favorite Elizabeth Arden lip cream on his penis to cure frostbite in his tell-all memoir that has sent ripples through the Royal family.

In a scathing rendition, the talk show host ridiculed Harry by producing a book titled ‘The Prince and the Penis’ in which the Duke of Sussex calls out for the late Princess Diana to help with his frostbitten penis.

Kimmel sparked eruptions of laughter as he read out the story, which features cartoon drawings of Harry and his frostbitten penis, where the late Princess Diana produced Elizabeth lip cream for Harry to put on his frostbitten penis.

In the book, Harry’s character, questioning whether it was acceptable to put his mother’s lip cream on his penis, said: ‘But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?’ 

In a scathing rendition, the talk show host ridiculed Harry by producing a book titled'The Prince and the Penis' in which the Duke of Sussex calls out for the late Princess Diana to help with his frostbitten penis

In a scathing rendition, the talk show host ridiculed Harry by producing a book titled ‘The Prince and the Penis’ in which the Duke of Sussex calls out for the late Princess Diana to help with his frostbitten penis

Jimmy Kimmel mercilessly mocked Prince Harry's revelation that he rubbed his mother's favorite Elizabeth Arden lip cream on his penis to cure frostbite in his tell-all memoir that has sent ripples through the Royal family

Jimmy Kimmel mercilessly mocked Prince Harry’s revelation that he rubbed his mother’s favorite Elizabeth Arden lip cream on his penis to cure frostbite in his tell-all memoir that has sent ripples through the Royal family

Kimmel sparked eruptions of laughter as he read out the story, which features cartoon drawings of Harry and his frostbitten penis, where the late Princess Diana produced Elizabeth lip cream for Harry to put on his frostbitten penis

Kimmel sparked eruptions of laughter as he read out the story, which features cartoon drawings of Harry and his frostbitten penis, where the late Princess Diana produced Elizabeth lip cream for Harry to put on his frostbitten penis

Full quotes from Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘The Prince and Penis’ book 

‘At the chilly north pole, a silly young codger took a walk in the snow, and froze his wee todger. The skin was discolored, all purple and white. When Harry peered down, ’twas a terrible fright.

‘Oh mummy, oh mummy! He cried with a scream, and from then on up high, she appeared with some cream. 

Diana says: ‘My poor little prince, put this cream on your willy. It will lessen the ache and make it less chilly.’

Harry’s character responds: ‘But mummy, did you not put this on your lips?’

In the book, his late mother told him: ‘Oh yes, my dear boy, and also my nips, but do not delay or your knob be destroyed.’ 

Kimmel, reading out Harry’s line, said: ‘But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?’

Kimmel continued with the book, reading out loud: ‘Mummy knelt down and gave him a squirt, into the trousers, where his Winkle still hurt.

‘And lo and behold, like the calm from a storm, his frozen cold snotskick was suddenly warm. 

‘He laughed and he smiled, and he said to his mummy, you rescued the snake that lives under my tummy! 

‘Then he tucked it back in and back to her cloud. His mother went soaring – and said this aloud: Should ever you have icy chills on your hard-on, just give it a rub with Elizabeth Arden!’

The audience burst into raucous laughter at the scathing line as the talk show host continued to ridicule the Prince in a two-minute monologue.

Prince Harry wrote in his tell-all memoir Spare that he applied Elizabeth Arden cream used by his late mother to his frostbitten penis in 2011 after returning from a trip to the North Pole. 

In the passage, Harry recalls that Princess Diana used to apply the cream to her lips, and wrote that the smell of the product made him feel like his mother ‘was right there in the room’ before he applied the cream to his penis – as horrified readers called it a ‘Freudian nightmare’.

Since the publication of his book, Harry has appeared on a series of talk shows, including Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show in the US, in a move that critics have said makes him a laughing stock.

And Harry was ridiculed again by Kimmel last night, with the talk show host producing a ‘children’s book’ called ‘The Prince and the penis’.

‘The story of Prince Harold and his frozen yoghurt slinger is so popular they are now releasing a version for kids,’ Kimmel said, as he held up the book, which features a cartoon drawing of Harry and his penis, which is wearing a hat and scarf, in the North Pole.

‘Not sure if you know about this but it’s a twist on the Princess and the Pea. It’s called the Prince and the Penis,’ Kimmel continued. ‘If the kids are still up, this would be a good time to gather them round the TV because I have the honor of sharing a first read of the new book.’

Kimmel then began reading the book, saying: ‘At the chilly north pole, a silly young codger took a walk in the snow, and froze his wee todger. The skin was discolored, all purple and white. When Harry peered down, ’twas a terrible fright.

‘Oh mummy, oh mummy! He cried with a scream, and from then on up high, she appeared with some cream.’ 

Kimmel, raising the book so the audience could see, showed a cartoon drawing of Princess Diana appearing from clouds above Harry and his penis.

In the book, Diana says: ‘My poor little prince, put this cream on your willy. It will lessen the ache and make it less chilly.’

In the book, Harry's character, questioning whether it was acceptable to put his mother's lip cream on his penis, said:'But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?'

In the book, Harry’s character, questioning whether it was acceptable to put his mother’s lip cream on his penis, said: ‘But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?’

In the book, Harry's character, questioning whether it was acceptable to put his mother's lip cream on his penis, said:'But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?

In the book, Harry’s character, questioning whether it was acceptable to put his mother’s lip cream on his penis, said: ‘But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?

Kimmel continued with the book, reading out loud:'Mummy knelt down and gave him a squirt, into the trousers, where his Winkle still hurt.'

Kimmel continued with the book, reading out loud: ‘Mummy knelt down and gave him a squirt, into the trousers, where his Winkle still hurt.’

Harry’s character responds: ‘But mummy, did you not put this on your lips?’

In the book, his late mother told him: ‘Oh yes, my dear boy, and also my nips, but do not delay or your knob be destroyed.’ 

Kimmel, reading out Harry’s line, said: ‘But mummy have you heard about Sir Sigmund Freud?’

Kimmel continued with the book, reading out loud: ‘Mummy knelt down and gave him a squirt, into the trousers, where his Winkle still hurt.

‘And lo and behold, like the calm from a storm, his frozen cold snotskick was suddenly warm. 

‘He laughed and he smiled, and he said to his mummy, you rescued the snake that lives under my tummy! 

‘Then he tucked it back in and back to her cloud. His mother went soaring – and said this aloud: Should ever you have icy chills on your hard-on, just give it a rub with Elizabeth Arden!’

Kimmel, closing the book, said: ‘And everyone lived happily ever after’ as the audience cheered and erupted into a chorus of laughter.

Harry has been ridiculed during his transatlantic PR blitz to promote his book Spare.

The Prince appeared on Stephen Colbert's The Late Show last week (pictured) where the talk show host made jokes about Harry and William's sibling rivalry, and compared his life to that of Harry Potter's

The Prince appeared on Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show last week (pictured) where the talk show host made jokes about Harry and William’s sibling rivalry, and compared his life to that of Harry Potter’s

Prince Harry wrote in his tell-all memoir Spare that he applied Elizabeth Arden cream used by his late mother to his frostbitten penis in 2011 after returning from a trip to the North Pole

Prince Harry wrote in his tell-all memoir Spare that he applied Elizabeth Arden cream used by his late mother to his frostbitten penis in 2011 after returning from a trip to the North Pole

The Prince appeared on Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show last week where the talk show host made jokes about Harry and William’s sibling rivalry, and compared his life to that of Harry Potter’s.

Colbert, who rarely holds back when it comes mocking those in his crosshairs, has form when it comes to laying into Britain’s Royal Family. In one segment, he branded them a ‘group of inbred, gin-soaked jumped-up medieval gangsters’.

Fans of the Royals questioned why Harry chose anti-Royalist Colbert for a sit down chat, when the Prince has insisted he sees value in the institution and wishes to hold on to his title.

But from the beginning of the show, which aired on 11 January, it was clear that the interview would ‘spare’ nobody in the monarchy, with the opening seconds of the showing featuring a mocking skit that ridiculed royal tradition.

The show opened with a clip showing Colbert standing alongside two trumpeters wearing replicas of the uniforms traditionally worn by the State Trumpeters of the Household Cavalry. As Harry strolled down a red carpet they began their fanfare, with the duke putting on a mock display of humility and telling the TV host such pomp ‘wasn’t necessary’.

Then Harry leaned on Colbert’s Hollywood pulling power, with actor Tom Hanks joining the prince as the host proclaimed that the trumpets had in fact been intended not for the duke, but for the 66-year-old star all along.

Prince Harry kicked off the latest in a long line of TV interviews by ridiculing royal tradition and mocking the monarchy - with the help of Hollywood A-lister Tom Hanks

Prince Harry kicked off the latest in a long line of TV interviews by ridiculing royal tradition and mocking the monarchy – with the help of Hollywood A-lister Tom Hanks

The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex poked fun at royal pomp and circumstance during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night

The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex poked fun at royal pomp and circumstance during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night

The Prince's interview with Colbert started with a skit featuring Harry and Hanks, 66, being greeted by royal fanfare as they entered the CBS studios

The Prince’s interview with Colbert started with a skit featuring Harry and Hanks, 66, being greeted by royal fanfare as they entered the CBS studios 

Colbert then performed his traditional opening monologue ahead of his lengthy chat with Harry began, but not before the host poured each of them a glass of tequila.

Harry’s book also contains anecdotes that also appear to poke fun at his own family including hanging a trinket likeness of the Queen on a Christmas tree.

Spare reveals that Meghan gave Harry an ornament of the Queen that she had bought from a local store in California.

Harry writes in his book that it was ‘Granny’s face to a T’ and hung it straight on the large Christmas tree in their California home.

Toddler Archie was running around and knocked the tree’s stand, which caused the ornament to fall off and smash into pieces.

Harry admitted he sought help from a medium who said she could prove she was talking to his late mother from beyond the grave because Diana was ‘giggling’ at Archie breaking the ornament.

And in the couple’s Netflix documentary, released last month, a giggling Meghan appeared to mock her own efforts at following royal protocol as she recounted the ‘surreal’ moment she first met the Queen – performing a deeply exaggerated curtsey in front of awkward-looking husband, Prince Harry.

In it, the Duchess of Sussex compared the first encounter with Her Majesty to a lowbrow themed dinner at America’s ‘Medieval Times’. Her husband, who served in the Army with the Queen being his commander in chief, looked uncomfortable throughout.

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