It comes after a teaser trailer for Meghan's first post-Megxit gig was revealed this morning.
The Duchess of Sussex was confirmed as the narrator for Disney+’s new movie Elephant, after her husband, Prince Harry was overheard pitching her for a job Disney chief Bob Iger at the London premiere of the Lion King in July last year while the couple were still officially senior members of the royal family.
The Disneynature channel made the announcement on Twitter, writing: "Disneynature’s Elephant, an Original Movie narrated by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, starts streaming April 3, only on #DisneyPlus."
The new Disney film will follow a family of elephants and their journey across the Kalahari Desert in Africa.
The show will be available to stream on Disney+ from April 3, three days after Harry and Meghan officially end their duties as senior royals.
In embarrassing video footage which emerged last year, Prince Harry was filmed pressuring Disney chief Bob Iger to give his wife voiceover work.
Pointing to his wife Harry quietly said: "You do know she does voiceovers?"
Iger, looking surprised, replied “ah I did not know that", before Harry continued: "You seem surprised, she's really interested".
The Disney boss spluttered: "We'd love to try. That's a great idea”.
In another clip, the Duke and Duchess were seen talking to the Lion King film's director, Jon Favreau.
Harry told him: "Next time, if anyone needs any extra voiceover work, we can make ourselves available.
Former Suits actress Meghan then said: "That's really why we're here – to pitch”.