Prince shortage sees Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Freddie Prinze Jr drafted into Royal Family

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With both Prince Andrew and Prince Harry stepping back from royal duties to focus on the kids, the Royal Family has found itself plunged into crisis with the worst prince shortage since the 1950s.

As such, they have been forced to take the unusual step of drafting in replacement princes in the form of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Freddie Prinze Jr.

It is the first time that a prince from outside of the Windsor family has been made a member of the British Royal Family since 2001 when the Artist formally known as the Artist formally known as Prince joined for six months in an unsuccessful attempt to secure the Royal Family a worldwide number one hit.

“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will replace Prince Harry, who was formally the freshest Prince in the family,” explained Simon Williams, head of prince procurement for the Royal Family.

“His life has certainly been flipped upside down, but we’re confident that he is fresh enough to handle the situation.”

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Freddie Prinze Jr will replace Prince Andrew.

“The key requirement here was to not be a paedophile,” continued Williams.

“Freddie fits that bill perfectly, and he’s also married to Buffy the Vampire slayer, so that will help keep the palace free of both vampires and demons.”

The Royal family have also made plans for any further prince shortages by placing Adam, Prince of Eternia, Prince Naseem, and the Prince of Persia on a shortlist for any future prince requirements.