Prince Harry watched Meghan Markle record voiceover for new Disney movie and helped with her pronunciation
MEGHAN Markle’s starring role in the Disney+ documentary Elephant begins streaming today, and it seems that Prince Harry also had an input.
The Duchess of Sussex is the voiceover for the programme which documents a herds journey in search for water and she was joined by her husband in the recording studios.
Speaking to People magazine filmmakers Mark Linfield and Vanessa Berlowitz revealed that Harry was there to give pointers to Meg as she recorded at London’s Pinewood Studios in October.
“It was amazing having [Harry] there,” says Berlowitz.
She went on to reveal that the Duke of Sussex had provided a little direction, from, as he put it “the cheap seats.”
Linfield added “Harry was correcting her pronunciation!”
According to the filmmakers feminist Meghan had been “absolutely fascinated” by the matriarchal leadership in elephant herds and the “female empowerment” that came with it.
They added that as a mum Meghan, who left Archie at home while recording, related to the journey of the mothers in the herd.
The Disney nature documentary begins streaming on Disney+ today.
It shows the annual, dramatic, migration of an elephant herd across the Kalahari in search of food and drinking water, moving from Botswana’s Okavango Delta in its dry season, heading for the Zambezi and the Victoria Falls.
The journey is led by 50-year old matriarch Gaia, whose sister Shani, a spring chicken at 40, has her trunk full with one-year-old Jomo.
According to bookies Meghan, 38, who formerly acted on US show Suits, is unlikely to win an Oscar for the role.
She is 20/1 with Ladbrokes to land an Academy Award for Elephant.
In other royal news, we told you how Kate Middleton now has a simpler style because she doesn't have to "compete with Meghan."
And Prince William and Kate Middleton share home-schooling duties while leading the Royal ‘crusade’ against coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are house hunting in exactly the same area of LA where Princess Diana wanted to live.
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