Meghan Markle Is Reportedly Won’t Get Paid For Her Voiceover Role In Disney's New Film ‘Elephant’

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Deanna Rivera in Celebrity

Last updated: 27 March 2020, 09:44 GMT

Disney+ officially announced via Twitter that the Duchess of Sussex’s narrated Disney's new documentary film, Elephant, which will hit the screens on April 3.

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The confirmation was made three days after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry quit the Royal Family Family. This is the Duchess first performance as a non-royal job.

The Disneynature channel made the announcement on Twitter,



"Disneynature’s Elephant, an Original Movie narrated by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, starts streaming April 3, only on #DisneyPlus."

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The trailer of Elephant has been released without Meghan's narration. The film follows an elephant family's extraordinary 1,000-mile journey across Africa on an adventure that will change their lives.

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However, Meghan is reportedly won’t get paid for her voiceover efforts role despite Disney being worth an astounding $130 billion. Reports said she made the deal with Disney in return for a donation to an elephant charity, Elephants Without Borders - a conservationist group that focuses on protecting elephants from poachers.

Meghan recorded the voiceover last year before they went to Canada with Harry and baby Archie to spend Christmas.



Aside from Meghan’s film, the channel will also released Dolphin Reef, which is narrated by Natalie Portman.

The long-awaited Disney+ streaming service launched this week and it released more than 500 films, over 350 TV series and 26 exclusive Disney+ originals available.

The streaming service costs £5.99 a month, for an annual fee of £49.99, but Disney+ offers a seven day free trial.

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This week is Meghan and Harry's last as members of the Royal Family since starting April 1, the couple will officially start their new lives out of the royal spotlight and they both hoped to become financially independent.

They returned to the UK earlier this month for a farewell tour, but went back again to Canada, where they are reportedly self-isolating due coronavirus Covid-19.






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