Meghan Markle's first post-royal job will be a Disney role

Meghan Markle's first post-royal job will be a Disney role

Elsewhere, Disney+ has also dated Dolphin Reef, narrated by Natalie Portman.

Elephants is slated to stream on April 3 via Disney+.

The news marks her first job since she and Harry announced they were stepping down from duties as members of the royal family.

The voiceover was recorded in 2019 during the couple's six-week Christmas break in Canada.

Prince Harry and Meghan talk to a group of children at the Commonwealth Day Service in London. Take a load off - we're taking you back to 2017, when Harry met Meghan. "Oh really? I did not know that", Bob replied, to which Harry said, "You seem surprised", adding, "But yeah, she's really interested".

Who can pass up a sell like that?

Queen Elizabeth had last week, exited her Buckingham Palace home and left for Windsor Castle where she and husband Prince Philip are now in self-isolation. Now, the duchess is doing her own work for Disney.

Disneynature said in a press release Thursday that Meghan is the narrator for a new documentary about elephants.

"We need each other for truth, for support, and to feel less alone during a time that can honestly feel quite scary", they wrote on Instagram last week. "I hear she wants to do voice over work", Jean told United Kingdom magazine Radio Times.

The house would serve as the couple's home base whenever they're visiting the U.K. It would be in Oxfordshire, almost two hours from the queen at Buckingham Palace.

It was believed that Meghan recorded her voiceover in November previous year, before she and Harry took a six-week break in Canada with son Archie.

This week (23-29 March) will be Meghan and Harry's last as members of the Royal Family, The Mirror reports.

It comes after it was reported that Meghan had landed a role with Disney earlier this year.

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