Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey was sensationally booed by the audience at the National TV Awards on Thursday night.
The Duke of Sussex, aged 36, and Meghan, aged 40, were booed by those in attendance as a clip of their blockbuster interview was broadcast.
The booing came after Sir Trevor McDonald introduced the series of clips on stage.
The event, in London, saw Meghan and Harry unable to attend – but their bombshell interview, which featured a string of extraordinary claims, was in the running for a gong.
The NTAs was broadcast from 7.30pm on ITV 1 and also on the ITV Hub on Thursday night, taking place at the 02 Arena in the capital.
Harry and Meghan stayed home in Los Angeles, in California, where they moved following the contentious Megxit process last year.
The Sussexes first moved to Canada before finding home in the States, where they live with their two children.
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Meghan gave birth earlier this year, welcoming her first baby girl, daughter Lilibet Diana.
Among the extraordinary claims given in the Oprah interview were allegations of concerns within the Royal Family about baby Archie’s skin colour.
Harry also branded his father Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, “trapped” in the system of the Firm, and made the same claim about his brother William, the Duke of Cambridge, aged 40.
Meghan, meanwhile, suggested she felt suicidal – and received no help from the establishment.
The interview was broadcast back in March and watched by over 10 million viewers.
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