Prince Harry is said to be on the guest list alongside Barack Obama and Leonardo DiCaprio for Google’s Italian climate change conference this week.
Tech giants and celebrities have flocked to Sicily to show off their green credentials for the camp which will focus on global warming – but failed to leave their private jets at home.
More than 110 fuel-guzzling planes are scheduled to land at Palermo, the nearest airport, between now and August 4, reports Giornale di Sicilia.
It is not known if Prince Harry will accept the invitation, but he attended the event back in 2017 – and may have taken Meghan Markle along with him.
The pair made their first public appearance together at a polo match in Ascot in May 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.
The event, created by Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, sees some of the world’s wealthiest business leaders and tech gurus discussing various issues in morning sessions before relaxing in the Italian sunshine in the afternoon.