The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the cottage on the Canadian island of Vancouver and moved to California for permanent residence, media reported citing sources, writes "RBK Style".
According to The Sun, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle managed to “escape” from Canada shortly before the countries temporarily closed the border due to quarantine for optional trips, that is, until March 21.
The Dukes of Sussex settled in a prestigious area of Los Angeles, in Bel Air, where Beckham, George and Amal Clooney, Oprah Winfrey also live. The publication reports that Harry and Megan occupied a mansion worth $ 7 million and rarely leave it, observing quarantine.
The Sun source said that the move was planned for some time: “They realized that Canada was not suitable for them for various reasons and that they want to settle in Los Angeles. Here they have someone to lean on. In Los Angeles, their agents, PR managers and managers are based. All Megan's friends live here and, of course, her mother Doria. Megan was born here. "
Air force reports that the Duchess of Sussex announced her first role since the addition of court duties - the voiceover of the voiceover of a Disney studio documentary.
The film is called Elephant and will be available to watch on the Disney + subscription channel on April 3rd.
This news was reported on Twitter by the Disney studio itself.
An adjoining tweet reports that on the same day another film is being released on Disney +, voiced by another celebrity - Dolphin Reef ("Dolphin Reef"). It will be narrated by Natalie Portman.
The news of the return of Megan to the film industry was confirmed on Thursday, March 26, and Buckingham Palace.
“Disney this morning (Pacific Standard Time) issued a press release on the soundtrack project for the Duchess of Sussex's Elephant, which will premiere at Disney + on April 3,” the palace said.
As follows from the combined trailer for both films (Elephant and Dolphin Reef), the story of elephants tells the story of a family who made an extraordinary journey through Africa, a thousand kilometers long, that completely turned their life around.
The British tabloid Daily Mail writes that Megan, apparently, recorded the voice-over text last fall, while in London, after the studio itself turned to her with such a request.
The newspaper also recalls the recording of the conversation between Prince Harry and the head of the Disney studio Bob Iger, which took place in July last year at the premiere of the new film "The Lion King" in Britain, which appeared on the Internet. As follows from the recording, Prince Harry half-jokingly began asking Iger to give Megan some kind of voiceover work.
Before her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle starred in several small roles in film and television. Her most notable role was the character Rachel Zane in the American TV series Force Majeure.
About her work on scoring is not known.
Presumably, Meghan's involvement in this project will help raise funds for the Elephants Without Borders charity, which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has partnered with in the past.