Every detail we hear about this Google summit only serves to make it more intriguing. Bradley Cooper helped Oprah on a bike? Bradley Cooper helped Katy Perry off a boat? (OK — it’s mostly about Bradley Cooper.) But a new detail has emerged: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got pedicures before Harry’s (alleged) barefoot speech at that same summit. That’s right! For a brief moment of time, Bradley Cooper, Prince Harry and Oprah were all in the same room (possibly barefoot). What a sight that must have been — and joyously, Harry’s feet were appropriately groomed for the occasion.
If you’re wondering where Duchess Meghan is in all of this, she reportedly did not attend the summit, but enjoyed a spa day with husband Harry at a UK hotel before he flew off to Italy. A source told Entertainment Tonight that Meghan and Harry received pedicures and massages at Coworth Park, a high-end hotel in Ascot. Page Six reports that Harry gave a barefoot speech about climate change once he arrived at Google Camp, but the extreme secrecy surrounding the goings-on there make it impossible to confirm. This is the seventh year running for the Google event, which always attracts A-list stars eager to discuss climate change, human rights and other pressing issues affecting the world today.
For those whose asking what Google Camp is, its a 3-day private conference for the elite/A-listers where they discuss about technology and global problems. The performer for the dinner this year is Coldplay. pic.twitter.com/taIx5WXFZt
— 1D Updates! (@With1DNews) July 30, 2019
Some have pointed out the irony of such an event. The C02 emissions caused by these celebrities’ private jets, yachts and luxury cars far outweigh whatever initiatives they might discuss — nor is it clear whether definitive action arises from these meetings. We know that Harry cares deeply about the environment, and we’re glad he’s using his platform to discuss this important topic. But maybe next time he could phone in from the spa with Meghan: Honestly, we bet she has some good ideas to share too.