When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the country house on the Clooney's shores in Berkshire next month, Michelle Obama will join them
It is set on one of the most star-studded dinners ever.
When the duke and duchess of Sussex go to the country house on the shores of the Clooney in Berkshire for the next month for one of their regular meetings, a new VIP will be added – Michelle Obama.
It is Meghan's first chance since the royal wedding in May to thank the former American First Lady for playing a key role in the introduction to Prince Harry.
Harry and Meghan will attend George and Amal Clooney's dinner at their £ 10 million house on an island in the Thames after Mrs. Obama, 54, in London talks to fans about her new memoir Becoming.
The dinner party conversation will certainly be interesting. Actor and liberal activist George, 57, is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and his wife Amal, 40, is a well-known human rights lawyer.
It is clear that Meghan, 37, was keen to meet with Mrs. Obama after she and Harry were sent away to invite her and her husband Barack, the former US president, for their wedding because of political reasons & # 39 ;.
It will be Meghan's first chance since the Royal Wedding in May to thank the former American First Lady for playing a key role in getting to know Prince Harry
A source told The Mail on Sunday: "Michelle would like to see the Clooneys when she is in the UK, as she and Barack are very close to George.
She also wants to see Harry and Meghan, because she was very disappointed that she could not go to the wedding and she wanted to check in.
She played a major role in the introduction of Harry and Meghan and feels responsible to see how they do it, and to celebrate the news that they are going to be parents. & # 39;
Actor and liberal activist George, 57, is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, and his wife Amal, 40, is a well-known human rights lawyer
The dinner, scheduled for December 4, is the day after the appearance of Mrs. Obama at the Southbank Center in London.
She will then fly back to America to continue her book tour there.
Dinner is just one of the assignments that are packed in her three-day trip to Great Britain. There are negotiations going on to interview her about Sky and the BBC.
It is also thought that they meet a group of school children, although this still has to be confirmed.
Last week, Ms. Obama revealed that she lost herself & # 39; felt after a miscarriage, and later IVF underwent to treat daughters Malia, now 20, and Sasha, 17.
She said: "I felt like I failed because I did not know how often miscarriages were because we do not talk about it."
Mrs. Obama also confessed that she and Barack, 57, have couples counseling when they need it.
Kensington Palace refused to respond last night.