Meghan Markle is already moving on to her next project following the controversial announcement that she and Prince Harry are stepping down as senior royals.
And this time, she’s going back to her roots having reportedly signed a voiceover deal with Disney.
Mind you, the Duchess is said to be forgoing a paycheque, instead, she’s asking the film giant to donate her fee to Elephants Without Borders, an international organisation focused on conserving wildlife and protecting the majestic creatures from poaching.
The Times reports the deal was settled and the voiceover recorded just before Meghan and Harry jetted off on their six-week break to Canada and could be a sign of what’s to come for the couple.
Indeed the Duke and Duchess appear to have a strong relationship with Disney, having attended the Lion King premiere in London last summer.
They also had the honour of being presented with a one-of-a-kind watercolour hand-drawn by senior principal artist for Winnie-the-Pooh, Kim Raymond.
The beautiful image shows the famous bear delivering a book to baby Archie in celebration of his birth last May.
Should the Sussex’s keep their royal titles going forward, it’s thought they could generate billions of dollars between them by signing lucrative deals with multi-national giants.
Their strength? Their unique connection to both Hollywood and blue-blood royalty.
The pair have expressed their desire to support charities close to their heart and these massive deals could make a huge difference globally.
Meghan and Harry shocked the world on Wednesday when they announced their intention to break away from their titles as senior royals.
Their statement, made via social media, has ruffled many feathers with the Queen understood to be particularly upset by the couple’s brash announcement.
It’s been reported royal advisors pleaded with Meghan and Harry to be patient before releasing the statement but the duo was keen to get the ball rolling and acted off their own bat to make their wishes public.