In January Harry and Meghan announced their decision to step back from royal life and become "financially independent", sharing their desire to "carve out a progressive new role within this institution" in an Instagram post.
After completing a series of final engagements, the pair are officially slated to exit Buckingham Palace on March 31.
Disneynature said in a press release Thursday that Meghan is the narrator for a new documentary about elephants. Plus, a featurette called "In the Footsteps of Elephant" will offer behind-the-scenes footage - possibly featuring Markle - from the making of "Elephant", in celebration of Earth Month.
This comes after Harry was filmed reportedly pitching Meghan for voiceover work to the Disney company's former CEO, Bob Iger at the United Kingdom premiere of The Lion King previous year.
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'Beginning next week I will be acting as Chief of Staff and Executive Director of the new non-profit enterprise for Meghan M and Harry.
The one-time actress also has a network of friends and work contacts in Los Angeles, where she could now restart her career.
It was previously believed that the couple would permanently settle down in Canada, given Markle's ties to Toronto after spending seven years living and filming her hit paralegal show Suits there.
In the video, Harry, 35, is heard saying: "You know she does voiceovers?" while gesturing towards Meghan, who is standing next to him in conversation with Beyonce and Jay-Z.