Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'visit Stanford University' for brainstorming sessions

Carla Harmon
February 13, 2020

Talks between the Sussexes and Goldman Sachs reportedly started in November 2018, alarming some in royal company who think this deal could massively damage the royal brand.

Prince Harry might have a new job lined up, following his departure as a senior royal from the British royal family.

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Potentially, the talks could be to get Harry as the latest high-profile speaker at the bank's "Talks at GS" series, the United Kingdom paper notes. Goldman does not pay its guest speakers for the series but, sources say, it could pave the way for the Sussexes to forge a lucrative future relationship.


A PR guru told the British paper that the move could earn them £1 billion, nearly $2 billion, in corporate deals and brand ambassador roles.

When Harry spoke at the JP Morgan summit, he reportedly earned around $1 million, and he shared how he's been in therapy because of his struggles with the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

Their decision to work with academics at a university in California will no doubt raise more questions about whether the couple plans to relocate to the West Coast permanently, having spent the weeks since their withdrawal from the senior royal life living in Canada.

"How they accept money, and from whom, is going to be a challenge going forward", he said.


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Although it's unknown whether Harry and Meghan were paid to speak there, it's common for speakers to receive compensation at corporate events.

According to royal sources, the couple paid a visit to the prestigious Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, on Tuesday, having taken a commercial flight from Canada, where they are now living with their son Archie.

"If you preach, you should practice what you preach".


Prince Harry was reported to be planning a potential partnership with multinational investment bank Goldman Sachs, according to Page Six.

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