Meghan Markle to Narrate New Disney Documentary on Elephants

Meghan Markle to Narrate New Disney Documentary on Elephants

Meghan Markle to Narrate New Disney Documentary on Elephants

The duchess does it all, and now she's narrating Disney's new nature documentary while helping to protect the film's subjects.

The duchess does it all, and now she's narrating Disney's new nature documentary while helping to protect the film's subjects.

Text: Sam Ford

In a celebration of Earth Month, Disney is premiering it's new nature documentary titled Elephant on April 3rd, narrated by the always elegant Meghan Markle. The actor turned duchess will tell the tale of an elephant pack traveling 1,000 miles across Africa, as the newly released trailer revealed.

Back in 2016, Markle met elephant conservationist Mike Chase in Botswana, which sparked her connection with helping the endangered animals. Chase also is friends with Elephant directors Vanessa Berlowitz, Mark Linfield, and Alastair Fothergill, as mentioned by Vanity Fair via royal reporter Omid Scobie.

In January there were reports that Markle signed a deal to work with Disney, exchanging her voice-over on a then unspecified project for a donation to the conservation charity Elephants Without Borders. Seeing it all finally come into fruition, the duchess truly never fails to amaze us.

Watch the trailer for Elephant below, and look out for it's release on Disney+ coming April 3rd.

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