Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly involved in a “near catastrophic” car chase with paparazzi in New York City last night.
Former UK Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage reacted to the incident, expressing skepticism about the severity of the chase.
Farage mentioned that high-speed chases are rare and questioned the credibility of Prince Harry’s claim that it lasted for two hours.
He also drew parallels between this incident and the tragic circumstances surrounding the death of Princess Diana, suggesting attempts to portray Meghan as a new caring and loving person.
Farage dismissed the notion of the incident being near fatal or catastrophic, comparing it to tripping over shoelaces.
The discussion then shifted to Harry’s legal action against Britain regarding his police protection expenses.
Farage believed that this alleged incident played into Harry’s concerns about his security in the country and criticized the media for hounding and chasing Meghan in New York City.
Farage mentioned that the truth of what happened would likely be revealed by New York City TV cameras.
Regarding the reaction in Britain, Farage noted that the news had broken and more details were emerging.
However, he expressed cynicism and suggested that many people were not inclined to believe the claims.
Farage expressed his hope that Harry would not return to Britain, citing disappointment in his actions, including letting down his army regiments and causing distress to his grandmother in her last years.
Farage speculated that Harry might return to Britain after Meghan ditches or divorces him.
While some of Farage’s comments bordered on speculation, he emphasized Meghan’s alleged use of Harry and suggested that nothing would surprise him.
The news of this reported car chase involving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has garnered attention, and further details are expected to emerge as New York City TV cameras investigate the incident.