Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, were seen paying a visit to billionaire TV icon Oprah Winfrey’s house in Montecito on Saturday, sparking wild rumors that a second interview with the couple may be on the horizon. 

The couple was spotted in the exclusive property of Oprah on Saturday, riding in a group of Range Rovers from their home to Oprah’s. The couple spent over an hour on the estate, though it remains unclear if they brought their children with them, according to the Daily Mail

The new meet-up with Oprah has sparked renewed rumors of another interview for the couple, a follow-up to the last interview less than 18 months ago that sparked discussion regarding racism in the royal family as well as their attitudes regarding mental health. 

The discussions became so prevalent online and offline that the Queen herself released a statement to say that “recollections may vary,” while Prince William outright stated to the public that the family is not racist. 

Meanwhile, Meghan’s attempt to dismiss her half-sister Samantha Markle’s defamation case against her has been thrown out as the judge finds the claim moot due to the amended complaint filed by her half-sister, Us Weekly reported.

Meghan’s filing to dismiss the case claims that Samantha Markle “deleted numerous specific factual allegations and exhibits from her original complaint,” and that “in her desperation to save her case, Plaintiff quite literally fabricated one of the statements, as evidenced by the missing interview transcript.”

Samantha Markle originally filed the defamation case after Meghan asserted during her interview with Oprah that she was not close with her father and her half-siblings growing up and that her half-sister Samantha only changed her name back to Markle after Meghan started dating Harry. 

“I grew up as an only child, which everyone who grew up around me knows, and I wished I had siblings. I would have loved to have had siblings,” Meghan said. “[She] changed her last name back to Markle in her early 50s … only when I started dating Harry. So, I think that says enough.”

GettyImages-1400866947 Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, were seen in Oprah's estate in Montecito on Saturday, sparking more rumors of a follow-up interview where Harry and Meghan may tell more about their experience in the Royal Family. Karwai Tang/Getty Images.