Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “Megxit” of the royal family officially enters into force on March 31, 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex completed their last royal duties at the beginning of March 2020 and will renounce their royal titles “H.R.H.”. (His and Her Royal Highness.)” They have already moved from their royal house in the United Kingdom to a new residence under the radar in Vancouver, Canada.
Meghan Markle and Harry will no longer be on the royal payroll and, on the contrary, they plan to earn their income. That means, yes, getting a job. Meghan has already secured her first job since she started working as a pseudo-communist again.
Meghan Markle is telling a documentary soon to be released for Disney. The trailer has just been released, and is scheduled to arrive on the Disney+ streaming service on April 3, 2020. Here’s everything you need to know about Meghan’s new concert at Disney!
Meghan Markle İs Lending Her Voice To A Good Cause
Meghan Markle’s next documentary on Disneynature is called Elephants. It follows members of a family of elephants as they make a grueling 1,000-mile journey through the Kalahari Desert in Africa. Disneynature shared the news and trailer on March 26, 2020, announcing that the film, narrated by the Duchess of Sussex, will premiere along with another dolphin film narrated by Natalie Portman.
People have reported that the documentary will benefit Elephants Without Borders (EWB), a conservation charity Meghan Markle and Harry have worked with in the past. In 2017, the couple traveled to Botswana to help an EWB doctor, Dr. Mike Chase, place trackers on elephants to protect them from poachers. Sussex shared photos of the trip on the occasion of World Elephant Day in 2019.
Considering Meghan’s new life away from the royal family has just begun, this new project may seem a bit sudden, but her collaboration with Disney, it seems, has been going on for a long time. According to People, directors Mark and Vanessa Berlowitz approached Meghan to do the project in the summer of 2019 and she recorded the narrative that autumn in London.
It’s not entirely clear whether it’s a paid job or a passion project, but The Times reported that Meghan’s fee will go to EWB.