Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is tapping up wealthy donors in Britain as she fights Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination.
On Tuesday evening, Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, is due to attend a sold out event at a private art gallery in Mayfair, London. Tickets to the discussion hosted by Vogue editor Anna Wintour cost either $500 or $1,000. For their money, guests also get a photo with Chelsea.
Attendance at a dinner reception later in the evening at the home of Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet will have set Clinton fans back $2,700 each.
Over the course of the next month, former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, former Indiana senator Evan Bayh and Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan will also travel to London for fundraisers.
Next month, Americans living in the UK will be able to vote in the party's so-called Global Primary, to choose between Hillary Clinton and Sanders.
Chelsea Clinton was due to hold a conference call with Democrats living in Britain on Tuesday to argue the case for her mother's candidacy.
In a message for Democrats abroad, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who succeeded Clinton after President Obama named the former First Lady secretary of state, warned of "turbulent times".
"If you've been following the campaign from the other side of the Atlantic then you know how high the stakes are with this year's election," she said.
On February 27, Clinton faces Sanders in the South Carolina primary after clinching victory in the Nevada caucuses on Saturday.