Meghan Markle is scheduled to give her first television interview since stepping down as a member of the royal family.
Page Six reported the ABC’s “Good Morning America” is having Markle as a guest. She will be discussing “Elephant,” a documentary she narrated for Disney. The film tells the story of a herd of elephants walking 1,000 miles across the Kalahari desert in search of water.
The movie is Markle’s first significant role since marrying Prince Harry in 2017 and joining the royal family.
Since stepping down from her royal duties, Markle has been keeping a low profile.
After relocating to Los Angeles a few weeks ago, Markle and her husband took to the streets to quietly deliver free meals to local residents in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. Meghan and Harry worked with Project Angel Food, a nonprofit that prepares and provides healthy meals to chronically ill people with critical illnesses, including HIV/AIDs, cancer, kidney failure, diabetes, and congestive heart disease.
Earlier this month, the couple announced the name of their new foundation. The couple confirmed that their post-royal charitable organization would be called “Archewell.”
The foundation will replace their Sussex Royal brand as they are no longer permitted to use the word “royal” per Queen Elizabeth’s orders.
In January, the couple made a statement announcing that they will be taking a step back from their royal duties to focus on their family by becoming more financially independent and transitioning into a “progressive new role” within the institution.