Prince Harry allegedly lobbies for a big job for his wife Meghan in resurfaced video

Prince Harry allegedly lobbies for a big job for his wife Meghan in resurfaced video

A video of Prince Harry talking with Disney CEO, Bob Iger, during the premiere of The Lion King in July 2019, resurfaced online.

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In the said video, the prince was alleged to have sold his wife Meghan Markle’s skill to the Disney chief, saying she does nice voiceovers.

This was months before the couple announced that they would be stepping back from their royal duties as senior members of the British royal family.

Foreign media are speculating that with the video, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have been laying the foundation for their royal resignation way before they made it known.

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As he spoke with the CEO, Meghan was with Jay Z and Beyonce making small talks. According to the People magazine, the deal for the voiceover was also signed that same year.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that as the drama surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rages on, a Canadian poll has said a majority of Canadians would back the prince as its governor-general.

Sixty per cent of those who participated in the poll said they would give their support to Harry to take the position of Julie Payette whenever her term expires.

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The present governor-general started her tenure in 2017 and will serve a five-year term. Another thing worthy of note is that Harry has never shown any interest in the position as it had always been occupied by Canadians since the 1950s.

In another related news, it was said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could make big money as a blogger, actress, and public speaker.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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