Meghan Markle's Virtual Summit: How much does it cost? Here's the date, time and how to stream it online

The 39-year-old former dutchess will take part in the event titled, 'Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Virtual Summit'


                            Meghan Markle's Virtual Summit: How much does it cost? Here's the date, time and how to stream it online
Meghan Markle (Getty Images)

Meghan Markle is all set to appear on a 'virtual summit' that will be taking place on Tuesday, October 13.

The 39-year-old will take part in the event titled, 'Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Virtual Summit' during which she will be speaking about "courageous leadership" and share how she learned to "lead on a global stage," Daily Mail reports. 

However, anyone hoping to watch Markle's latest online appearance will have to pay an impressive $1,750 for the privilege, with tickets to the summit limited to guests who are willing to pay the hefty registration fee. The event will start at 12:15 pm and will go on till 4:05 pm. It will be available for streaming here.

According to the Fortune agenda, Meghan will be interviewed by the publication's associate editor Emma Hinchliffe, during the event. Where they'll talk about Markle's thoughts on leadership and about "leading with values."

"How do you lead with your values? We are joined by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, who shares how she’s learned to, in her words, chase her convictions with action. The Duchess will tell our NextGen community how she leads on the global stage," the description for the 15-minute event reads. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Getty Images)

Since Harry and Markle stepped down from their roles as senior royals, the couple has been making news for their statements on Black Lives Matter and voter suppression. Most recently, the duo joined Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai from their $14 million Santa Barbara home for a video that was shared on the Oxford graduate's social media accounts in celebration of International Day of the Girl. During the event, Harry and Meghan discussed the importance of a girl's right to a fair education and addressed how the Covid-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on young women's access to education.

Meanwhile, Meghan also revealed they had been having "a lot of good family time" during the pandemic, with Harry saying: "We were both there for Archie's first steps, his first run, his first fall, everything."

Previously, Harry urged American voters to "reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity" while Meghan had called the presidential race the "most important election of our lifetime" as the pair urged Americans to use their right and definitely vote. Even though Harry and Meghan did not endorse a candidate, their comments earned them a lot of backlash. Many social media users took to commenting across various platforms and said how this was none of their business and it's best they stay clear of the same. 

Last month, during a press conference President Donald Trump said that he is "not a fan" of Meghan Markle and wished her husband, Prince Harry, "a lot of luck." One reported ask Trump, "Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chimed in on the U.S. election and essentially encouraged people to vote for Joe Biden. I wanted to get your reaction to that," to which he responded, "I'm not a fan of hers, and I would say this – and she probably has heard that – but, I wish a lot of luck to Harry, because he's going to need it."

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