The Simpsons producer's message to Harry and Meghan

Lula Sharp
March 26, 2020

Harry and Meghan have already escaped to their home in Canada with Archie - and have used their social media channels promising to share as many updates as they can as to what the future holds for them - but we can't help but look back and reminisce about their best moments as a royal couple.

"Elephant" will premiere on Disney Plus the same day as the previously announced Disneynature documentary "Dolphin Reef", which will be narrated by Natalie Portman.

Meghan Markle has officially returned to the world of entertainment and secured her first job as a non-senior royal.

The source also dished that Meghan "felt trapped and claustrophobic" when she and husband Prince Harry lived at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. "She said they both are frustrated because they are doers and want to do so much more to help". "Oh really? I did not know that", the Disney chief replies.

They may have to wait a while, though as Thunberg said it's "extremely likely" she has COVID-19. "We'd love to try". Take a load off - we're taking you back to 2017, when Harry met Meghan.

It was later reported by the U.K.'s The Times that the duchess recorded a voiceover for an undisclosed Disney project.

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According to People, all proceeds from the documentary will be channeled to supporting Elephants Without Borders, a non profit organization protecting elephants across Africa.

It's not a surprise the couple is looking for different work outside the monarchy. The Duchess of Sussex is no longer referred to as "royal" or "HRH" on her Smart Works charity website.

On SussexRoyal.com, Harry and Meghan explained that their decision will allow them to "earn a professional income", which is a huge side-step from the current plan in place that prohibits exactly that.

"No! Absolutely not. They chose to leave and the Royal Family and the country can manage without them", one royal fan said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex only last week accepted an invitation to return to the United Kingdom in the summer to spend time with the Queen at her Scottish residence in Balmoral but plans may have to be changed should the pandemic continue to rage through the country.

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