Meghan Markle she officially returned to the world of entertainment and secured her first job as a non-senior regal.
The Duchess of Sussex tells the documentary about Disneynature Elephant, which will begin streaming on April 3 on Disney +. The film “follows the African elephant Shani and his lively son Jomo as their herd makes an epic journey hundreds of miles across the vast Kalahari desert. Led by their great matriarch, Gaia, the family faces brutal heat, resources declining and persistent predators, while following in the footsteps of their ancestors on a mission to reach a green and lush paradise “, says a synopsis.
“In recognition of Elephant, Disneynature and the Disney Conservation Fund are supporting Elephants Without Borders, an organization that works in Botswana to ensure the prosperity of people and elephants, “said Disney in a statement.” Elephants Without Borders is working on strategies to protect Botswana’s elephant paradise, helping to reduce the human being – the conflict in wild life through education, economic development and solutions that redirect elephant migration away from people or provide to communities tools that help protect themselves and their property when elephants are nearby. “
In January, Times The newspaper reported that Meghan had signed an agreement under which she would record a voiceover for Disney in exchange for the company she had donated to Elephants Without Borders.
A video later found showed Harry presenting his wife’s acting talents to Disney’s CEO Bob Iger at the premiere of Lion King restart in London.
In the clip, he says “You know he dubbing”.
Another video showed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex both talking about this work with the director Jon Favreau.
Since late last year, Meghan, Harry and their 10 month old son Archie Harrison I lived in Canada, where the Duchess used to film Suits before stopping acting in 2017 to become a royalty. It has long been speculated that he would resume his entertainment career after the couple’s exit from the monarchy as “royal royalty”, which will take effect later this month.