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Meghan Markle will give first TV interview since Megxit on Monday to promote new Disney movie

MEGHAN Markle is to give her first TV interview since she and Prince Harry stepped down as senior royals.

She is to appear on ABC's Good Morning America show to talk about her new movie venture, it's been revealed.

A television advert plugging Meghan's appearance states she will discuss the Disney movie 'Elephant'

It shows the former 'Suits' actress talking to the camera in a preview of Monday's interview.

"On GMA Monday, Meghan Markle with an exclusive first look at the Disney documentary Elephant," a voice-over says on the clip.

It does not state whether or not she will be talking about her and Harry's new life since leaving the UK.

Meghan narrated the nature documentary after being approached by filmmakers Mark and Vanessa Berlowitz.

They thought she would be the perfect choice for the role given her passion for wildlife and conservation.

The Duchess signed the voiceover deal in return for a donation to wildlife charity, Elephants Without Borders.

A trailer for 'Elephant' reveals it "follows one family's extraordinary 1,000-mile journey across Africa on an adventure that will change their lives."

At the beginning of the year, a video emerged showing Harry and Meghan talking to the Disney CEO at 'The Lion King' premiere in July.

On the clip Harry was heard joking to Bob Iger: "You know she does voiceovers?" while gesturing towards Meghan, who was chatting with Beyonce and Jay-Z.

"Oh really? I did not know that," the Disney boss replied.

"You seem surprised," Harry responded, before adding: "But yeah, she's really interested."

The conversation ended with Mr Iger telling the Prince: "Sure, we'd love to try."

It is believed Harry and Meghan are currently looking for a home in the posh area of Malibu by the Pacific.

The couple moved to North America after announcing they wanted to live "financially independent".

They shocked fans around the world when they announced their intentions to leave the royal fold.



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On their Instagram account they wrote: 'After many months of reflection and internal discussions, we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution.

'We intend to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen.'

As part of the Megxit agreement, the couple have agreed not to use their HRH titles.

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