In January it was revealed she had already done voice-over work with the Hollywood giant while still a royal, and she reportedly now has plans to continue "collaborating" with the studio.
'The sky's the limit. The voice over is just the beginning and that there's more collaborations to come'. She said [she and Harry] feel like a huge weight has been lifted, ' the insider explained.
The studio is known for their family-friendly films and has a massive reputation in the entertainment industry, meaning Meghan could slip back into her former career with projects the royal family are more likely to approve of.More news: U.S. Brings New Charges Against Chinese Tech Giant Huawei
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were the ultimate newsmakers of 2019 when they made the controversial decision of stepping away from the Royal Family, having the entire globe in a state of unrest.
But working with Disney has another major advantage for Meghan; the studio can afford to - and generally do - pay their stars a lot.
According to royal sources, the couple paid a visit to the prestigious Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, on Tuesday, having taken a commercial flight from Canada, where they are now living with their son Archie.More news: ME resident tested for coronavirus, first suspected case in state: health officials
Regardless of rumors surrounding the couple's financial future, both Harry and Meghan are relishing a "quieter life" while now living overseas in Canada and keeping their focus on raising their young son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
Critics say working with the firm isn't the best look for the couple. If he does appear on the series, he'd be in good company, though it won't put the former royals any closer to financial independence.
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Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles, in an interview with The New York Times said that Harry seems to be deeply affected after parting with his mother at a considerably young age.