The Duchess of Sussex agreed to record a “voiceover” in exchange for a donation to protect elephants.
Meghan Markle agreed to record a voiceover for Disney, in exchange for the company making a donation to a charity that works to protect elephants.
This happens a few days after Meghan and Harry surprised the royal family by unexpectedly announcing that they would move away from their roles to spend more time in North America and “work to be financially independent.”
The Times did not give details on what Meghan’s voiceover would imply, but said Disney would make a donation to the Elephants Without Borders charity in return. The newspaper did not say where the information had come from.
A spokeswoman for Meghan, whose official title will remain the Duchess of Sussex, did not comment immediately on the report. A spokeswoman for Buckingham Palace also had no immediate comments.