Disney movie princess? Duchess Meghan’s latest passion project
The Duchess of Sussex has signed a new voiceover deal with Disney to benefit the wildlife conservation charity Elephants Without Borders.
The new role, first reported by the Times, follows after Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan announced their intentions to “carve out a progressive new role withing the institution of the royal family.”
Not much information is known what the voiceover is for, but the Duchess, 38, reportedly recorded it before she left for her six-week holiday break in Canada with her husband, the Duke of Sussex and their 8-month-old son, Archie.
It is believed Karey Burke, the president of ABC Entertainment hinted of the news last week during the Television Critics Association press tour.
"We have an office waiting for them in the animation studios building should they be looking to produce television," she said. ABC is a division of The Walt Disney Company.
It isn’t the first time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had a run in with the childhood favourite conglomerate.
Last year, Prince Harry and the Duchess attended European premiere of The Lion King and even brushed shoulders with A-listers.
Harry and Meg shared that at the time, Disney made a donation to their charity work in the environment and conservation space.
It was also the premiere where the Sussexes had the opportunity to meet Jay Z and Beyoncé for the first time.
"The baby, so beautiful," Beyoncé said, about Harry and Meghan's newborn Archie. "We love you guys."
Jay Z even offered up some helpful parenting advice: "The best advice I can give you, always find time for yourself," he said.
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