The Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will learn about what the tech giant, formally known as Facebook, is doing to help in Ukraine and about its new cutting edge technology.
The royals will learn about the 2Africa project, which will see a cable connect Europe, the Middle East and Asia, bringing high speed internet to 3 billion people.
A Clarence House press release said: “Their Royal Highnesses will also hear from the Meta team about the work being done to support the people of Ukraine.
“This will include the Community Help feature that’s live in Ukraine and neighbouring countries and the information service launched on WhatsApp by Ukraine’s State Emergency Services.
“The Duchess will also meet Facebook Group admins who use the platform to support parents and families in their communities.
“Their Royal Highnesses will then jointly visit Meta’s London Social Good fair, which will highlight local community projects and initiatives being supported by Meta and its UK employees.
“They will meet some of the young people from a diverse range of backgrounds who have benefitted from mentoring and training initiatives in partnership with charities including The Prince’s Trust.”
The tone will be very different to the Stop Hate for Profit campaign which Meghan and Harry backed in summer 2020.
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