Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is said to be reviving her acting career and her first project is Disney's documentary film - Elephants. Meghan recorded a voiceover for his project and if reports are to be believed, Prince Harry was all by her side when she did the recording. Filmmakers Mark Linfield Vanessa Berlowitz have made the revelation that Duke of Sussex was very supportive of Meghan and even helped her get the pronunciation right.
The filmmakers quoted to People magazine, "Harry was correcting her pronunciation." They also said, "She made it her own. She’s such a diligent professional and she wanted to get it right. It was a delight all the way around." Further, the royal commentator Graeme O'Neil revealed to ET Canada, "She actually shot her narration back in October at Pinewood Studios, in London, with Harry by her side."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry who retired from their royal duties have now moved to California, United States after spending some time in Canada along with their son Archie. They have stayed in the news for the same. Recently, Meghan's half-sister, Samantha Markle, had spoken about this move of the Duke and the Duchess and said, "Harry and Meghan don't seem to care about families or people around them. Their self-preservation is quite disgusting," to the Sun's Dan Wootton on his talk RADIO Drivetime show.
She also said, "It's a devastating pandemic, the idea of abandoning their families without so much of a phone call is just shocking," when asked if Meghan tried to contact her immediate family during the times of Coronavirus. (Also Read: Meghan Markle’s Half-Sister Speaks Out Against Her And Prince Harry Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Calls Them ‘Disgusting’)