Meghan Markle’s first non-royal job has been officially announced – and it’s with Disney.
It was revealed on Thursday that the Duchess of Sussex has lent her voice to the upcoming Disneynature documentary, Elephants, streaming on April 3 on Disney+.
The former Suits star’s collaboration with Disney, which will benefit Elephants Without Borders, pre-dates Meghan and Prince Harry’s groundbreaking decision to step down as senior working royals, which will go into effect on March 31.
The royal couple is continuing to support the causes that mean most to them as they exit royal life and work towards financial independence.
This week is the couple’s last as members of the Royal Family.
From April 1, the couple will officially start their new lives out of the royal spotlight.
They have already moved to Canada, where they are currently self-isolating for coronavirus.
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