Speaking to Royal RoundUp host Pandora Forsyth, Mr Palmer said: “It is very hard to get to the bottom of what is going on with that couple. There’s all this talk about a fly-on-the-wall documentary series. I don’t think they have actually really confirmed that.
“They have certainly categorically denied it earlier. I suppose you could ask, a bit like politicians, whether it was a non-denial denial.
“They simply said they were not doing a reality TV show. I would say a fly on the wall series is a reality TV series.”
After discussing a Royal Round Up poll in which more than 80 percent of respondents said the Duke and Duchess and Sussex should not do another Oprah Winfrey interview, Mr Palmer added his own scathing insight.
Rumours have spread that Harry and Meghan could do another interview with Oprah Winfrey
Richard Palmer claimed the last Oprah bombshell interview had been a “disaster” for the Sussexes
He said: “Well, the last one was such a disaster, wasn’t it. I mean, really, for their relationship with their family.
“It was bad news for the monarch and it was bad news for them, as well.
“There were things that they said that were just not factually correct. They did not get married three days before [their official wedding].
“The Archbishop of Canterbury made that point very plainly, and there were various other things as well.”
The British public was left reeling after the last interview in 2021
The Sussexes were pictured entering Oprah Winfrey’s property last week
In pictures obtained by MailOnline, the couple were pictured turning into Ms Winfrey’s 70-acre property in Montecito, California followed by a convoy of cars, including a Range Rover carrying personal security.
Prince Harry was seen driving the lead car alongside the couple’s friend, actress Janina Gavankar, with Ms Markle sat in the backseat.
The Sussexes live just five minutes from Ms Winfrey’s home in Montecito, having moved there from the UK.
Justin Welby denied the Sussex’s claims he had married them prior to their official ceremony
Speaking to Sky News Australia anchor Paul Murray, he claimed that a rumoured “second interview could be underway” after the couple were spotted at Ms Winfrey’s house.
But, Mr Farage said if another bombshell interview was on the way and was intended to derail the Royal Family, “they won’t succeed”.
The former Brexit Party leader said: “In cricketing terms, the queen has got the best forward and backward defence you’ve ever seen, she never gives her wicket away.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK