Meghan Markle to be honoured at awards bash where two tables cost $1m

The glitzy New York awards bash set to honour Meghan Markle on Tuesday is demanding $1million from companies wishing to be “lead sponsors”.

For the eye-watering amount of cash, brands will receive just one promotional Facebook post as well as access for just two dozen people, amongst other perks.

The former Suits actress will be crowned the 2023 Woman Of Vision award at Ms Foundation’s annual gala inside the city’s Ziegfeld Ballroom.

Meghan is receiving the prize for “her global advocacy to empower and advocate on behalf of women and girls” from the foundation’s co-founder.

Ahead of tomorrow’s ceremony, explored some of the sponsorship packages available at the prestigious ceremony.

For $1million, companies will have access to two “prestige tables” inside the venue.

The seven-figure ticket will grant 24 people entry and give them access to the “gala dinner, reception and after party”.

Other posh perks include a “presented by listing”, company bosses will also be allowed to “speak at the event”.

They’ll also get a “table placard” including their company name and logo, plus access to the red carpet photographs with Gloria Steinem.

“Lead sponsors” also receive “expedited check-in”.

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The Duchess will receive the award alongside Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown, Wanda Irving, co-founder of Dr Shalon’s Maternal Action Project, and Kimberly Inez McGuire, executive director of URGE.

Abortion rights activist Olivia Julianna and LGBTQ+ advocate Rebekah Bruesehoff are also set to be honoured.

“Meghan, LaTosha, Wanda, Kimberly, Olivia, and Rebekah are incredible leaders,” Teresa C. Younger, Ms Foundation president and CEO explained.

In a statement, she added: “We are grateful to be able to shine a light on their many accomplishments and tireless work on behalf of gender and racial equity across the country and the world.”

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