Brexit politician Nigel Farage claimed on Tuesday that a second interview with Oprah Winfrey from Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will leave many of their fans to see them as “vindictive, money-grubbing” and lose them entirely.

Farage, who is well-known as one of the main orchestrators of Brexit, appeared on the Australian show "Paul Murray Live" to give his thoughts on the unsubstantiated rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan are planning a second tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to Gold Coast Bulletin.

“If it is [true], I tell you what, it won’t succeed,” he said. “If they do this again, they will look vindictive, money-grubbing. Those people who to date have given them the benefit of the doubt will start to turn against them.”

The original Oprah interview aired on March 2021, where Prince Harry and Meghan described some of their experiences under the monarchy, including the claim that an unnamed royal family member asked about the possible skin color of their child in what many have seen as a racist comment, The National reported.

In the aftermath of the interview, Prince William had to clarify that the Royal Family was not racist, while Queen Elizabeth II personally released a statement commenting on the interview.

“The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately,” the Queen said in a statement.

Farage claims that a second interview would not benefit the couple, as it will only turn away those who still support them. He also claimed that the Queen would not react kindly with a second interview underway.

“In cricketing terms, the queen has got the best forward and backward defense you've ever seen, she never gives her wicket away,” he said.

The rumors of a second interview occurred after the Daily Mail published pictures of Prince Harry and Meghan visiting the home of Oprah Winfrey in Montecito, which is reportedly a short ride away from their own residence.

Neither Oprah nor the former royals have announced or insinuated that another interview would be scheduled and aired.

Brexit politician Nigel Farage claimed that a second Oprah interview of Prince Harry and Meghan would lead them to lose the support that they still have with their fans. ANP/Getty Images.

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