Meghan’s first post-Royal job will be voicing a Disney elephant documentary


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Disney has announced that Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will be narrating a forthcoming documentary about elephants.

It is the first job for the former Suits television series actress since she and Prince Harry announced in January that they were stepping down from their Royal duties, seeking to pursue greater financial independence.

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The documentary, entitled Elephant, follows an elephant family on a 1,600-kilometre journey across the Kalahari Desert and will raise money for the charity Elephants without Borders.

It will be released on April 3 via the Disney+ streaming service as one of a series of animal and nature-themed features released to mark Earth Month.

Britain’s Sun newspaper reported this week that Harry and Meghan have moved to Los Angeles, where they plan to make a permanent home.

They had been living for several months with their son Archie on Vancouver Island in Canada.

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A spokeswoman for Prince Harry declined to comment on the report, which The Sun dubbed as an exclusive. Meghan was raised in the Los Angeles area and her mother Doria still lives there.

People magazine, citing an unidentified source, said on Thursday the couple had already settled into a home in the Los Angeles area and had not ventured out.

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Last week, the United States and Canada agreed to close their border to non-essential travel to ease the strain on health systems caused by the coronavirus.

California imposed a state-wide stay-at-home order last week in a bid to contain the coronavirus.

Harry’s father Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, tested positive to the coronavirus this week.

The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II married American actress Meghan at Windsor Castle in May 2018, in a ceremony watched by millions around the world.

The couple later said they found scrutiny by the British media — which they said tipped into harassment — intolerable.

The couple will cease their royal duties at the end of March as they carve out “a progressive new role,” mainly based in North America, which they aim to finance themselves.

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Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news