Meghan Markle is returning to her Hollywood roots.
Thursday on Twitter, Disney+ announced that the former member of the British royal family is narrating the original movie “Elephant,” which follows a mother-son elephant pair who journey hundreds of miles across the vast Kalahari Desert.
Per The Times of London in January, the former “Suits” actress reportedly signed a voice-over deal with Disney in return for a donation to Elephants Without Borders, an organization that protects animals from poaching.
That same month, TMZ published a resurfaced July 2019 video where Markle’s husband Prince Harry appears to pitch his wife’s voice-over talents to then-Disney CEO Bob Iger at the London premiere of “The Lion King.”
Per reports, Markle recorded her lines last fall in London.
On January 8, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their exit from the royal family “to become financially independent” and “to balance [their] time between the United Kingdom and North America.”
In addition to losing their “Royal Highness” titles, the two — who welcomed son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor in May 2019 —agreed to pay back 2.4 million pounds (approximately $3.1 million) in taxpayers’ money.