The Dukes of Sussex, Harry and Meghan Markle, have crept into the Emmy nominations that were unveiled this Tuesday. The interview granted on March 8 to presentadora Oprah Winfrey on American television has been nominated for oscars from the television.

The special program is nominated for an Emmy at Best Special or Non-Fiction Series, and shares the hope of taking the accolade with other programs such as My Next Guest Needs No Introduction hosted by the legendary David Letterman for Netflix; Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy Y United Shades Of America with W. Kamau Bellde, both from CNN; Y Vice.

The interview with the Dukes of Sussex raised great controversy and was seen by more than 17 million people, according to audience figures. Harry and Meghan addressed the lurid details of their coexistence with the royal family before making the decision to leave the UK and renounce their noble rights to settle in the United States.

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One of the topics that caused the most controversy was Meghan’s complaint that she had been the subject of racist comments at Buckingham Palace, a topic that made headlines in the tabloids for the next several weeks.

It is not yet known if Harry and Meghan will attend the ceremony, which will be will be held on September 19.


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