Meghan and Harry in 'high demand' to join Hollywood A-listers at Emmy Awards next month

According to sources in Los Angeles, the Sussexes are in high demand to make their first red carpet appearance. While it is unclear if they will attend the A-list event, sources have claimed they are likely to receive an invite to the celebrations afterwards. Oprah Winfrey is set to attend the event and may even help the pair get an invitation to the star-studded event.

One source told The Sun: “The Sussexes are in high demand — it would be their first red carpet appearance since Megxit and their full-time Californian move.

“Oprah is planning to attend the night, which could help get them there.

“Certainly, there would be a VIP invite for them from Netflix at its evening celebration event.

“Netflix knows that shots of them with big Hollywood names would be huge PR.”

The ceremony is being held on September 19 and will be hosted by American comedian Cedric the Entertainer.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah has been nominated for an award at the Emmys.

The bombshell interview has been nominated in the Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special category.

The interview saw the pair make a raft of bold allegations towards the Royal Family and how they had been treated within the institution.

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The Duchess also claimed her mental health had suffered as a result of the isolation and pressure within the Firm.

She said: “I just didn’t want to be alive anymore.

“And that was a very clear and real and frightening constant thought.

“And I remember how Harry just cradled me.

“I remember this conversation like it was yesterday, because they said, my heart goes out to you because I see how bad it is, but there’s nothing we can do to protect you because you’re not a paid employee of the institution.

“This wasn’t a choice. This was emails and begging for help, saying very specifically I am concerned for my mental welfare.

“But nothing was ever done, so we had to find a solution.”

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