How Much Does It Cost To Attend A Conference Featuring Meghan And Harry?

While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have relocated to California after stepping down from their royal duties, Harry has made it clear that the UK will always be home. In fact, he has been engaged in an ongoing legal battle with the UK government to overturn a British Home Office decision that prohibits him from personally paying for police protection for his family when they're in Great Britain, per CNN.

Harry and Meghan — along with their two children, son Archie and daughter Lilibet — did return to the UK for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. During that time, they got to introduce their daughter to the queen and Prince Charles as well as celebrate Lilibet's first birthday, per People

And, while they were greeted with cheers during their appearance at the National Service of Thanksgiving, Harry and Meghan decided to make an abrupt exit instead of staying for the queen's final appearance on the royal balcony.

The couple is set to return to the UK in September, traveling to Manchester for the One Young World Summit, where Meghan is scheduled to give the keynote speech. The duchess has been involved in the youth-based charity for years, and, in 2014 and 2016, she served as a counselor at One Young World Summits, per People

Those looking to attend the three-day event, however, will have to shell out a pretty penny to sit in the same room as Harry and Meghan.

Tickets to the One Young World Summit cost £1,000 per day

People hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, at next month's One Young World Summit in the UK will have to fork over some serious cash. According to the Daily Mail, attendees will pay £1,000 per day for the three-day event — and that doesn't include travel or accommodations. The outlet estimates that the total price for the weekend, per person, for tickets and a hotel stay will be £4,210. 

The conference's organizers have pointed out that Harry and Meghan are not being paid for their participation, and 30% of the young people will receive scholarships enabling them to attend. Other speakers will include Sir Bob Geldof and Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

In addition to the summit, Harry and Meghan might want to pay a visit to Queen Elizabeth — if she can find time for them. While Her Majesty has been in Scotland for the summer, she is expected to travel to London to meet with the incoming British prime minister. But a source at Buckingham Palace revealed that Elizabeth might be too busy to see her grandson at that time. "Some things cannot be moved," the insider told The Daily Beast.