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  • January 15, 2020
Meghan Markle May Do A Voiceover For A Disney Character. Get Excited

Yes, you read that right. Following the announcement that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be stepping down from senior royal duties, speculation about the duo’s next financial moves has been rife. Amidst this, news has surfaced that the Duchess of Sussex, who formerly worked as an actress on Suits, has reportedly signed a deal with Disney for some voice-over work, according to The Times of London. The report claims she recorded the voice-over before her and Prince Harry’s six-week sabbatical in Canada last year.


But in keeping with her philanthropic pursuits, Meghan has reportedly requested Disney to donate the money from the deal to Elephants Without Borders, an organization that helps protect the animals from poaching. Neither Disney nor Markle have confirmed that the deal exists and details about the project haven’t been revealed yet.


If it holds true, the project will mark the return of Meghan’s career as an actor. This wouldn’t be the first time the couple has shown interest in Disney. In July last year, they attended the premiere of The Lion King, and following their son Archie’s birth, the company presented them with a personalized book featuring Winnie the Pooh and cartoon versions of them.


According to TMZ, a new video has surfaced where Prince Harry is speaking with Disney CEO Bob Iger about Meghan’s voice-over experience, and discussing her interest in doing a project with the company. We can’t wait to know what happens next.

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