Donald Trump accused Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of breaking Queen Elizabeth II’s heart in an interview to politician and broadcaster Nigel Farage on GB News.

Donald Trump said: "I got to know her very well. Remember, I was supposed to be with her for 10 to 15 minutes, and we ended up being together for two hours."

He added: "I thought she was treated very disrespectfully by them. Although she wouldn't show it because she was strong and smart, but I would imagine they broke her heart. The things that they were saying was so bad and so horrible and she was in her 90s and hearing this stuff. I think they broke her heart. I think they hurt her really bad."

The Republican candidate also praised the late Queen by saying that she "never made a mistake" during her reign.

He told Farage: "I thought the Queen was incredible think of it all those years 75 years she's almost never made a mistake."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their decision to step down from the Royal Family back in 2020. 

They "ignored" the Queen's request to delay announcing their decision to quit public life, as per a report.