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At the Emmys, which honor excellence in American television, Oprah With Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special is nominated for outstanding hosted non-fiction series or special.
If the tell-all interview wins, Oprah and her team will receive a prize.
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The interview between the Sussexes and the chat show host aired in March, shocking the monarchy.
Only a year after Megxit, the show threw the royals into disarray.
During the interview, Harry and Meghan, who have left their royal duties and are now living in California, made a series of shocking assertions about the Royal Family.
The couple said that an unknown royal made a racial remark towards their son Archie, not the Queen or the Duke of Edinburgh.
Meghan also claimed she was turned down by the royal when she sought therapy after becoming suicidal.
The royals were “saddened” to learn of Harry and Meghan’s difficulties, according to Buckingham Palace.
However, the palace stated that “some recollections may vary” in regards to the charges.
During a rare public outburst days later, Prince William fiercely disputed racist allegations leveled against the royals.
As he poured his heart out to Oprah, Harry revealed his rifts with his older brother, Prince William, and his father, Prince Charles.
He said that the first and second in line to the throne were stuck in their regal responsibilities.
In the aftermath of Megxit, the 36-year-old also claimed Charles cut him off financially.
He also stated that his connection with the Duke of Cambridge was “space,” adding, “Hopefully, time heals all things.”
In the weeks that followed, Harry made more contentious remarks about his family.
A month after the interview, he went to the UK for the first time since Megxit for Prince Philip’s burial.
Harry visited the United Kingdom for the second time earlier this month to see the unveiling of “Brinkwire Summary News.”