It's official: Disney brings Duchess Meghan (38) back to the screen. The 38-year-old will be heard as a narrator in the documentary "Elephants", which will be shown on April 3 on the new streaming service "Disney +". That gave the US entertainment giant known via Twitter. The "Megxit" officially goes into effect on April 1st.
In return for Meghan's voice acting, the charity Elephants Without Borders is to receive a donation of an undisclosed amount. The non-profit organization in Botswana is increasingly concerned with the protection of all wild animals and the protection against poaching.
Rumors of a possible deal between Duchess Meghan and Disney had already arisen in mid-January. There were also reports that the former "Suits" actress allegedly used her agent to search for a role in a superhero blockbuster. At least that's how the British newspaper "Daily Mail" reported.