- A recent report claims that Meghan Markle will soon do voice-over work for Disney
- The Royal Family member has apparently signed a deal with the entertainment company
- In return for her voice, the company will donate to a charity that is aimed at helping elephants
IOL News reports that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has signed an agreement with Disney for voice-over work.
In return for her contribution to a future project of the entertainment giant, it will donate to a charity that is aimed at protecting elephants, according to The Times.
For now, details about what Meghan will do are still rather hazy, but the charity has been identified as Elephants Without Borders. The organisation is dedicated to conserving wildlife and natural resources through innovative research and education.
Meghan has been known for her involvement in charities as well as movements focused on bettering the lives of others.
This comes shortly after Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, surprised the world with news of them stepping back from their roles as Royal Family members.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the couple said they will now work to become financially independent.
According to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, they will spend their time between the United Kingdom and North America and made this known in a statement on their official Instagram page.
The news spread like wildfire online and soon both Harry and Meghan were trending on Twitter. As many peeps would say - their announcement nearly broke the internet.
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