Filmmakers of "Elephant" speak of Meghan Markle's Professionalism

Filmmakers Mark Linfield, Vanessa Berlowitz and Roy Conli of the Disney nature documentary, Elephant, describe the Duchess of Sussex as being a diligent professional in her narration of the film. 

Prince Harry was present for the recording work that took place last October at London’s Pinewood Studios. Harry seemingly providing Meghan with a 'little direction here and there.'

Harry has a fondness for Africa having visited various parts many times. He took Meghan to Botswana for a visit back in 2017.  According to an article published in People the filmmakers Mark Linfield and Vanessa Berlowitz, who are not new to making documentaries for Disney, chatted with Meghan over dinner in Botswana and explained that females lead the herds. Meghan was particular taken with the female empowerment side to their story.
Meghan gaining reviews of her narration work on the Disney Documentary Elephant
The film, which starts streaming today on Disney+, follows a herd of pachyderms 1,000 miles back and forth across the Kalahari Desert as they search for water. 


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