Prince Harry & # 39; is on guest list & # 39; for Google & # 39; s conference on climate change in Italy
Prince Harry & # 39; is on guest & # 39 ;, along with Barack Obama and Leo DiCaprio for Google & # 39; s conference in Italy full of A-thrushes arriving on megayachts and 114 private jets to discuss global warming
- Technical giants and celebrities have come to Sicily for a conference on global warming
- Mega yacht Rising Sun dropped Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom during the event
- Prince Harry was present in 2017, but it is not known whether he will accept the invitation
Prince Harry would be on the guest list alongside Barack Obama and Leonardo DiCaprio for Google's Italian conference on climate change this week.
Technical giants and celebrities have come to Sicily to show off their green credentials for the camp, which will focus on the greenhouse effect – but have not left their private rays at home.
More than 110 fuel-intensive aircraft are scheduled to land at Palermo, the closest airport, between now and August 4, reports Giornale di Sicilia.
Others have taken their super yachts to the three-day conference with A-list participants, including Harry Styles, Katy Perry and Bradley Cooper.
It is not known if Prince Harry accepts the invitation, but he was already attending the event in 2017 – and Meghan Markle may have taken it with him.
Prince Harry is on the guest list alongside Barack Obama and Leonardo DiCaprio for this week's Italian conference on climate change
Celebrities such as Katy Perry, pictured, participate in the three-day conference in Sicily. She was dropped off at the mega yacht Rising Sun, while other rich visitors brought their private jets
The couple released their first public appearance together during a polo match in Ascot in May of that year, and a week after the Google conference she was spotted in London with her mother celebrating her birthday.
Kensington Palace declined to comment.
During the event, created by Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, some of & # 39; the world's richest business leaders and tech gurus discuss various issues in morning sessions before they & # 39; relax in the afternoon in the Italian sun.
This year's secret camp, where social media are prohibited and the route behind a password-protected site is locked, will focus on tackling global warming, reports the New York Post.
One participant said: & # 39; Discussions are likely to take place about online privacy, politics, human rights and of course the environment, which makes it very ironic that this event requires 114 private jets. & # 39;
Luxury mega yacht the Andromeda, owned by billionaire Kiwi Graeme Hart, is seen just off the coast, just like Barry Diller's sailing ship Eos.
Google & # 39; s vice president of engineering Benjamin Treynor Sloss with his wife Christine went to the event on Monday
In the last night, Google spends nearly $ 100,000 on renting the 2,500-year-old ruins of the Valley of the Temples for a concert and sit-down meal. Pictured: the temple of Hera lit up in 2018
David Geffen's Rising Sun passed by on Monday to drop Perry and Bloom, but then continued his way along the Italian coast.
In addition to private jets and megayachts, there are buses to drive guests around and a helicopter platform.
After the morning sessions, the afternoons are free for guests to relax around the complex and the spa, with trips along the coast, to local wine cellars and offered tourist hotspots.
The resort has two 18-hole golf courses, a tennis academy and one of the largest spa complexes in Europe on the more than 1.5 km private coastline.
There are a number of suites and private rooms, as well as three villas where guests can stay.
These villas overlook individual swimming pools, as well as the huge infinity pool and the beautiful private beach, filled with imported white sand, a jetty and even a small carpet to take spoiled stars to the crystal blue ocean waters.
On the last night, Google spends nearly $ 100,000 on renting the 2,500-year-old ruins of the Valley of the Temples for a concert and sit-down meal, with Sting performing there last summer.
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