Nigel Farage says Royals have done more for black and Asian countries than anyone ‘in the history of the WORLD’ in furious clash

Narinder Kaur joined Nigel Farage on GB News to discuss Harry and Meghan's decision to move to America and their constant attack on the Royal Family

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Nigel Farage erupted in a furious row with a guest over her claims that Kate Middleton and Prince William are jealous of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Narinder Kaur joined Nigel Farage on GB News to discuss the couple’s decision to move to America and Harry’s constant attack on his family.

Nigel Farage erupted in a furious row with a guest over her claims that Kate Middleton and Prince William are jealous of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Nigel Farage erupted in a furious row with a guest over her claims that Kate Middleton and Prince William are jealous of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Nigel blasted Harry for agreeing to go through with the Oprah Winfrey interview while Prince Philip was on his deathbed, as well as making the last two years of the Queen’s life “incredibly difficult”.

Narinder claimed that the Royal Family pushed the couple out over Kate and William’s “jealousy” of the attention they were receiving in the press: “Meghan and Harry were so popular, and I think it was jealousy. And King Charles the cruel, why hasn't he spoken to his son? Why hasn't he protected his son? Well, actually why didn't they come out?”

Responding, Nigel said: “More relevantly? Why hasn't he taken his son's title away? Harry and Meghan's popularity in this country has gone from stratospherically high to very, very low.”

Narinder continued to criticise the monarchy for the way in which they dealt with “racism” towards Meghan: “This institution, the monarchy, needs to speak out against racism, and they didn’t.”

Narinder Kaur joined Nigel Farage on GB News
Narinder Kaur joined Nigel Farage on GB News

Nigel hit back: “This institution of the monarchy has probably done more for black and Asian countries, I would say, in the last three quarters of a century, than any other organisation, institution or group of people in the history of the world.

“The Queen took up the Commonwealth, which was a baby organisation, and tried to change, to try to turn it into a force for good all over the world. And you know what? She did a hell of a good job.”