Meghan to narrate Disney nature film in first post-royal job

Meghan to narrate Disney nature film in first post-royal job

Meghan to narrate Disney nature film in first post-royal job

Disney+ denied reports Meghan had signed a "further" deal with Disney before stepping back from royal duties, emphasizing "no superheroes, no animated films, etc".

Elephant, which will premiere on Disney's streaming service on April 3, follows an African elephant named Shani and her "spirited son" Jomo as their herd journeys across the Kalahari Desert.

Disney officially announced on Thursday morning that the Duchess of Sussex narrated Disney+ documentary Elephant, which will be available to stream on April 3. Disney Plus will also be releasing a second documentary called Dolphin Reef, which will be narrated by Natalie Portman.

Other Disneynature films "Wings Of Life", "Oceans", "African Cats", "Chimpanzee", "Crimson Wing", "Bears", "Monkey Kingdom" and "Born in China" are now available on Disney+.

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

Harry and Meghan met Beyonce and Jay-Z on the Lion King red carpet last July.

One person replied: "Go Queen Meghan", and another wrote: "I can't wait!"

Who can pass up a sell like that?

Britain's Daily Mail reports the Duchess has stepped in to forbid her husband from returning to the United Kingdom, where his father and step-mum Camilla are self-isolation with the deadly virus.

"None more so than the fearless and dedicated healthcare workers on the frontline, risking their own well-being to care for the sick and fight Covid-19". Even Prince Harry may voice his own character on the show.

A palace insider told PEOPLE, that both William and Harry are in "good spirits".

The Duchess of Sussex left her acting career behind her when she married Prince Harry, but after departing as a senior member of the Royal Family, she is back to the day job.

Walt Disney Studios announced the news about Meghan's upcoming role on their official Twitter page today.

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