The Simpsons want Prince Harry, Meghan to voice their own characters

The Simpsons want Prince Harry, Meghan to voice their own characters

- Meghan and Harry are being challenged to make a 'voiceover appearance' on the famous Simpsons animation sitcom

- The show's bosses are said to have discussed the prospect of the couple gracing a guest episode

- This comes after reports indicated that Harry had informed the Disney chief back in 2019 of his wife's intentions on working as a voice-over artist

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The duke and duchess of Sussex have been offered parts to do voice-overs for their guest appearance on the famed show The Simpsons.

The show's bosses have discussed the prospect of the couple gracing the programme as cartoon characters.

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According to The Sun, the producer of the show, Al Jean, said they were ready to offer both Prince Harry and Meghan a spot on an episode.

"We’ve talked about Harry and Meghan. I hear she wants to do voiceover work. So if they’re reading this, give us a call!” Jean said.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Harry was overheard talking to Disney chief Bob Iger, at the premiere of Lion King, about Meghan being interested in voice-over work.

Megan for one would be grateful for the offer after making several appearances in the film industry with roles on Suits, Dysfunctional Friends and Castle, among others.

The mother of one was moved by a student in early March after he complimented her beauty.

On March 6, during her visit to the Robert Clack School in London, a 16-year-old student Aker Okoye was struck by her beauty and could not hold back his words.

As he was just about to talk on stage, standing beside Meghan, he turned and told his classmates "She really is beautiful, innit?"

The boy was rewarded by a lovely embrace from the duchess as she blushed, appreciating the sweet gesture.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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