Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are diving into their new life in the United States.
In June, it was reported that the royal duo had signed with the famed Harry Walker Agency for speaking engagements before their recent announcement of their Netflix production deal.
Now, details are emerging regarding their work with HWA, which also represents high-profile speakers like the Obamas and Clintons.
According to reports, among Meghan and Harry’s requirements on the “VIrtual Event Request Form” are specifications, including the estimated number of attendees and “who they are.”
In addition, Markle, 39, and Harry, 35, must receive details of any sponsors of the events, as well as what the organization will receive in return for their sponsorships.
All information must be provided before an invitation is even offered to the royals, the outlet reports.
The two will select who introduces them and who moderates any discussions as well.
“The choice of introducer and moderator will be at the final discretion of the speaker,” the report explains.
The form also asks what kind of “connection format” will be used, and what the the “contingency plan” should they face “connectivity issues.”
“What will the audience see on screen? Will you incorporate any branding? What will the Speaker see on-screen immediately prior to and during their presentation?” asks the form.
Additional speakers at any events are asked to be specified, and if any live or pre-recorded program elements will run concurrently with Markle and Harry’s presentation. Past speakers must also be named.