Meghan Markle will give her first TV interview since Megxit on Monday to promote new Disney Elephant movie
- The 38-year-old will appear on ABC’s Good Morning America next week
- She is set to discuss the new feature length film which is available on Disney+
- Elephant follows herd on 1,000-mile journey through Zimbabwe and Botswana
Meghan Markle is set to give her first television interview since she and Prince Harry stepped down from their roles as senior royals and moved to Los Angeles.
It is thought that the 38-year-old will appear on ABC’s Good Morning America to discuss Elephant – the documentary film she recently narrated.
A recent television advert for the talk show revealed a snippet that showed Meghan as a special guest.
Meghan Markle is set to give her first television interview since she and Prince Harry stepped down from their roles as senior royals and moved to Los Angeles
The voiceover on the advert said: ‘On GMA Monday, Meghan Markle with an exclusive first look at the Disney documentary Elephant.’
The new feature length film, which is now available on Disney+, follows a herd of elephants on their 1,000-mile journey through Zimbabwe and Botswana.
Harry reportedly joined Meghan in the recording story as she performed her voiceover but left 11-month-old Archie at home.
The Duchess signed the voiceover deal in return for a donation to wildlife charity Elephants Without Borders.
The new feature length film, which is now available on Disney+, follows a herd of elephants on their thousand-mile journey through Zimbabwe and Botswana
It comes after Harry joked to Disney CEO Bob Iger about a potential role for his wife as they attended the premiere of the Lion King UK last July.
The chat was captured on video as Prince Harry said: ‘You know she [Meghan] does voiceovers.’
He went on to say that Meghan would be interested in a future collaboration before Mr Iger replied and said: ‘Sure. We’d love to try.’
Good Morning America is a live two-hour program anchored by Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Michael Strahan.
The interview comes as the couple continue to forge out new lives for themselves in America.
The Sussexes initially moved to Canada after stepping down as senior working royals on March 31 before setting up home in California.
In the past week, they were spotted on their first public outings since moving to their new city as they carried out charity deliveries and walked their two dogs.