Nigel Farage met Prince Harry in a nearly seven-minute video clip posted online in response to the Oprah Winfrey interview.
The former UKIP chairman has joined the debate following Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah, which aired in the US last night and will air on ITV tonight (Monday 8 March) at 9 p.m. on ITV.
And while he lay into Meghan and said she “planned a great Hollywood career from the start because she was a princess,” his words were harsher for Prince Harry.
He said: “Whatever my criticism of Meghan, it is nothing compared to my attitude towards Prince Harry.
“To publicly betray members of your own family to the world’s media as he has done is nothing short of utterly despicable in my opinion.”
Check out his full clip below, which was uploaded to Twitter.
Mr Farage also called for Meghan and Harry to have their royal titles as Duke of Sussex and Duchess of Sussex revoked, adding that he had “absolutely no sympathy” for either of them after the interview.
He also said they pose “a tremendous threat to the royal family who will find it very difficult to answer some of these negatives”.
Mr Farage focused on the revelations of racism within the royal family after Meghan told Oprah there had been “multiple conversations” about how dark Meghan and Harry’s baby could be when she was pregnant with Archie.
He said the racism against the royal family “really pissed me off”.
He added, “The Queen has been at the door for 70 years … she and the Royal Family have toured the Commonwealth relentlessly over the decades, which has meant so much to them … It could be argued that the Royal Family did so done has done more for people of color than for any other family. “
Speaking of Meghan’s claims that she had been silenced while she was in the UK, he said she may think she was “joining a soap opera” rather than the royal family.
Oprah With Meghan and Harry will be on ITV Monday March 8th at 9 p.m. You can watch the full interview afterwards on the ITV hub