Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey nominated for an Emmy

Yesterday, the American Academy of Television announced nominees for the 73rd Television Emmy Awards, which will take place on September 19 in Los Angeles. Among the contenders for the award was the scandalous interview of the Dukes of Sussex with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on March 7.

It is nominated for Outstanding Publicistic Series or Special Issue.

The interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, which aired on the CBS channel, received a great public response and became very popular – it was watched by more than 17 million people.

The statements made by the couple shocked the audience. Recall that Megan said that she was faced with manifestations of racism when she lived in the palace. She stated that some members of the royal family (she did not give names) were worried about how dark the skin color of their first child and Harry would be. The Duchess also said that due to the harassment in the British media, she had suicidal thoughts. And when she tried to seek professional help, she was denied this – in the palace she was told that this could have an extremely negative impact on the reputation of the royal family.

Because of this interview, the couple’s relationship with the members of the royal family worsened (however, the couple noticeably moved away from British relatives even after the resignation of royal powers). It especially strongly influenced the relationship between Harry and William – the older brother was enraged by the younger brother’s statements. Now they try to forget about the conflict and past grievances and try to start over.

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4 thoughts on “Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey nominated for an Emmy”

  1. As long as the royals were bad mouthing prince Harry it appears all is well. But when the prince told the truth which showed his family’s hateful dispositions then the royals and some of England’s citizens as well as the poparotzies conveniently and shamfully
    Forgot just who started slinging dirt first. And it surely, was not Prince Harry. ” I’m just saying”.

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  2. Why would family want to strep A Prince of his royalness. And we’ll earned military awards. As well as denying his children their birth right totals. Worst of all to refuse to provide security for the Prince and his wife and children. Which implies. Ruffians and mean people could hurt them.

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  3. I love Oprah, but this was the worst interview she has ever done. No one should get a Emmy for assisting in tearing a family apart. Who wouldn’t wonder what color hair, skin, eyes…. a baby might have. Meghan is beautiful and her skin color is frankly more desirable than Harry’s. To sensationalize that into racism was appalling.

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  4. It would be nice if everyone would leave Harry and Megan alone and let them live in peace. It’s no one else’s business how they live their lives. I know the Royal family fell they have a right to know what Harry and Megan do, but since those two stepped down from their royal duties they should be allowed to go their own way. If they are supposed to be punished for giving up their duties, then get it done and over with so they can get on with their lives in peace. Keeping it alive is just driving Harry and Megan further away ,and the resentment keeps building.

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