After departing from her official Royal duties, Meghan Markle is set to return to Hollywood on April 3rd. The ex-Suits star will be voicing a major project for Disney on their Disney+ platform.
Disney is rolling out their latest documentary simply titled Elephants which will hit their streaming service Disney+ on April 3rd, in celebration of Earth Day. Voicing the documentary is none other than the Duchess of Sussex herself, Meghan Markle. We’ve included the trailer, which unfortunately does not include her voice over, but we are excited to see her narrative performance as she collaborates with Disney on a good cause. Meghan taped this performance pre-Covid19 back in November when she was still a working Royal. As such, all of her pay from this work went to “Elephants Without Borders” a charity close to both Prince Harry the Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle Duchess of Sussex’s extensive charity endeavors. The Disney nature documentary focuses on African pachyderm Shani and her rambunctious son, Jomo, as their herd makes a pilgrimage hundreds of miles across the Kalahari Desert. Disney+ is also rolling out Dolphin Reef the same day narrated by Oscar Award winning actress Natalie Portman.
We can’t wait until the release of Disney Nature’s newest nature documentaries Elephant narrated by Meghan Markle and Natalie Portman as the narrator of Dolphin Reef.