Meghan Markle will speak at a summit next month on the theme of ‘women’s power’.

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Meghan Markle will speak at a lavish dinner in the US next month on the theme of ‘women power’, it has been announced.

The Duchess of Sussex41, who currently lives on $14 million California mansion with Prince Harry after stepping down from royal duties, will be interviewed on stage during an event called ‘Woman Power: An Evening with Meghan’.

At the event, which will be held at the Marriot Downtown Hotel in Indianapolis, the royal will take the stage with Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first female rabbi to be ordained in the Reconstructionist movement of Judaism. IndianaNovember 29.

Tickets for the event cost a whopping $5,000 per table, and no photography or recording of the evening is permitted.

It is not known how much Meghan will be paid for the appearance, but PR experts have previously predicted that she could earn up to £1m per appearance.

Next month, Meghan Markle will perform at a party in the US on the theme of “women power” – tickets will cost $5,000 per table.

The Duchess of Sussex will be interviewed on stage during the event, announced

The Duchess of Sussex will be interviewed on stage during an event called ‘The Power of a Woman: An Evening with Meghan’.

The online description of the event details: “The Women’s Foundation is proud to welcome Meghan, Duchess of Sussex to Indianapolis.

“The Duchess is a mother, a feminist and a defender of human rights. She is a lifelong defender of women and girls, a constant thread that she weaves into humanitarian and business activities.

“Rabbi Sandy Sasso, noted author and community leader, will serve as moderator for the evening.

“Rabbi Sandy Sasso is the first female rabbi ordained in the Reconstructionist movement and previously served at Beth El Zedek in Indianapolis.

An online description of the event describes Meghan as a

An online description of the event describes Meghan as a “lifelong advocate for women and girls, a constant thread she weaves into humanitarian and business causes.”

“Tables for Power of Women are available for purchase by groups and organizations that support the mission of the Women’s Foundation.”

The event was organized by the Women’s Foundation of Central Indiana, a nonprofit organization that helps local women who are struggling or disadvantaged.

Who is Sandy Sasso?

Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is the first woman to be ordained as a rabbi in Reconstructionist Judaism.

She was ordained by the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia on May 19, 1974.

As one of the few female rabbinical students, Sasso naturally became a leader in defining the changing role of women in Judaism.

Sasso holds the title of many of the first female rabbis.

She is also the author of many children’s books on religious topics.

With her appearance, the Duchess is following in the footsteps of other celebrities – former first lady Michelle Obama has been among the keynote speakers.

Experts previously predicted that Meghan could earn up to £1m for the speech.

In 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined Harry Walker’s New York agency, which represents the Obamas and the Clintons.

PR expert Mark Barkowski told The Sun the pair would “clean up”. They plan to be available for talks on social issues including racial justice, gender equality, the environment and mental health, according to the LA Times.

“I’m surprised they didn’t do it sooner. This will be one of the great income generators for them. The speaker circuit is a natural safe space for them to loot,” he added.

Harry Walker’s agency has high-profile clients, many of whom are friends of the Duke and Duchess, including Prince Harry’s environmentalist friend Jane Goodall and Oprah Winfrey.

Others include Meghan’s best friend Serena Williams and actor Tyler Perry, whose $18m (£15m) Beverly Hills mansion they share.

News of Meghan’s latest appearance comes as she faces backlash for being “reduced to the desert” “deal or no deal”.

Meghan made the comments while appearing on her new podcast Archetypes with Paris Hilton. In the episode titled Breaking Down the Bimbo, Megan said that she wants her daughter Lilibeth to be valued first and foremost for her brains, not for “beauty over brains” as she was on the TV show.

“I ended up leaving the show. I was much bigger than what was objectified on stage. I didn’t like feeling forced to go all out. And little substance,” the Duchess said of her 34-episode stint on the show.

News of Meghan's latest appearance comes as she faces backlash for

News of Meghan’s latest appearance comes as she faces backlash for ‘deal or no deal’ ‘reducing her to the desert’

The women who appeared on the show at the same time as Meghan tell a very different story to the Duchess.  The atmosphere was said to be jovial rather than oppressive and obscene

The women who appeared on the show at the same time as Meghan tell a very different story to the Duchess. The atmosphere was said to be jovial rather than oppressive and obscene

Actress and chat show host Whoopi Goldberg said Meghan’s comments were naive. “It’s TV, baby. But what did you think you were going to do? You know it was a show,” she said. “If you’re a performer, you accept a gig.”

The women who appeared on the show at the same time as Meghan tell a very different story to the Duchess. The atmosphere was said to be jovial rather than oppressive and obscene.

One of the briefcase girls who worked with Megan was Lisa Gleave, a successful Australian model, TV presenter and actress who now lives in Los Angeles.

Like Meghan, she had to master the art of walking up the stairs in a dress and five-inch heels, briefcase in hand, and remembering the cardinal rule: look excited for the contestant when they’re doing well and sad when they’re not.

Gleave told the Mail of her involvement in Deal or No Deal that she felt “blessed and blessed to be a part of it”, adding: “It’s been a joy and a great career move for me. That’s what most girls would say.”

She said: “I never looked at it as a show that objectified women. The cast and crew treated us very well. It was a professional set. For many of us, it was a stepping stone in our careers and we went on to greater things.”

Although Lisa admitted that the show “revolved around beautiful women”, they were “all smart and intelligent women and no one treated us like bimbos”.

Dina Cerchione, a stylist who has worked on Deal or No Deal as well as series on several networks, including CBS, NBC, ABC, Netflix and HBO, said, “It’s been a tough week watching a show that I love so much is being criticized.”

“It was one of the most amazing, challenging, loud concerts of my career and I loved every minute of it,” she wrote on Instagram.

“Everyone on the show, from my wardrobe team to the producers, the camera crew, hair and make-up, Howie and especially the models, worked really hard to make the show the best it could be for the cast and fans who loved it.

“I thought about it a lot, I wouldn’t change a thing.

“We all knew how lucky we were and how special our TV family was. At work, it was a mission to do our best, take care of our entire team, and treat everyone with the respect they earned and deserved.”

Cerchione also said the show was a “launching pad for a lot of women,” noting that they “host and participate in other television shows” and even “appear on Oprah” — a possible reference to Meghan’s stunning interview.

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