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12/20/2013 10:04 am ET Updated Jan 23, 2014

Jon Stewart Can't Believe All This 'Juicy' Phone Hacking Gossip

2013 was not a good year for privacy, as Jon Stewart pointed out Thursday night.

It seemed everyone was a victim of some kind of privacy violation, from Edward Snowden and the NSA document leaks to celebrities to Ikea employees to now, the royal family.

"This week brings the most devastating privacy news yet," Stewart said, referring to the news revealed in a London court that Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and Queen Elizabeth's phones were hacked by Rupert Murdoch's now-shuttered News of the World tabloid.

"You know what this means," Stewart said. "QUEEN SELFIES!"

"I don't care for them hacking the royals' phones but that's gotta be some juicy material," the host joked, before running news clips showing that the only "juicy material" from the tapes was about Prince William calling his wife "babykins" and the Queen eating nuts.

Watch the video for the full segment on "The Daily Show."

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