Meghan Markle and Prince Harry dive into their new lives in the United States.
In June, it was reported that the royal pair had announced an engagement with the busy Harry Walker agency prior to the recent announcement of their Netflix production deal.
Now, details are surfacing about his work with HWA, which represents high profile speakers such as Obamas and Clinton.
The Telegraph reports that according to Meghan and Harry’s “VIrtual Event Request Form” requirements, there are specific numbers of attendees and specifications including “who they are”.
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Additionally, Markle, 39, and 35-year-old Harry should receive details of any sponsors of the events, as well as what the organization will receive in return for their sponsors.
All information must be provided, before any royals are also invited, the outlet reports.
According to the Telegraph, both will choose who introduces them and which moderates the discussions.
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“The choice of introducer and arbitrator will be at the ultimate discretion of the speaker,” the report states.
The form also asks what kind of “connection format” will be used, and whether “contingency planning” should they face “serious issues”.
“What will the audience see on screen? Will you include any branding? What will the speaker see on-screen during and immediately after your presentation?” Roop asks.
Additional speakers are asked to specify in any event, and if any live or pre-recorded program elements will run concurrently with Markle and Harry’s presentation. Previous speakers should also be named.
Other revelations include:
- Is the event accessible to the public or is access restricted?
- How will your event reach be determined and monitored? For example, will there be registration and unique login?
- Will there be a cost associated with participation through ticket sales or registration fees?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly also needed details on whether and in what manner the event would be publicly advertised, and whether they were asked to wear “business or casual” attire.
Representatives of the couple and their talent agency did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Earlier this month, the two announced that they would sign multi-year production deals with Netflix to create a content for streamers, including documentaries, dan-series, feature films, scripted shows and children’s programming.