Meghan Markle's first acting gig since leaving the royal family is here. 

The former Duchess of Sussex lent her voice to Disney's upcoming nature documentary Elephants. The film follows an elephant family as they make the long trek across the Kalahari Desert. Disneynature and the Disney Conservation Fund are donating funds from the project to Elephants Without Borders. Markle has worked with the conservation group before and learned about the film through a mutual friend at the organization. 

The documentary will be available to stream on Disney+ starting on April 3.

Disney shared the first look at two new documentaries coming to its streaming service.

One of the nature documentaries follows an elephant family trekking across the Kalahari Desert to make it to a lush green forest. Another is about a pod of dolphins surviving in the ocean. Meghan Markle will narrate Elephants and Natalie Portman will provide voiceover for Dolphin Reef.

Meghan Markle is already close to the project.

Markle has worked with Elephants Without Borders before and is a huge animal rights advocate for the endangered species. This will be her first job after leaving the royal family. She and her husband, Prince Harry, will be formally relieved of their duties on March 31.

Dolphin Reef is narrated by Natalie Portman.

Meanwhile, the other documentary releasing simultaneously will be narrated by Natalie Portman. 

"Disneynature’s Elephant, an Original Movie narrated by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, starts streaming April 3, only on #DisneyPlus," Disney wrote in its caption for Elephants. It also wrote, "Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef, an Original Movie narrated by @NataliePortman, starts streaming April 3, only on #DisneyPlus."

Proceeds from the film will go to Elephants Without Borders.

The conservation group works to save elephants in Botswana, near where the documentary takes place. The nonprofit organization shares footage of its protected elephants on its Instagram. The charity is dedicated to "conserving wildlife and natural resources; through innovative research, education, and information sharing with all people, we strive to encourage mankind to live in harmony with wildlife and the natural world."

Harry and Meghan are passionate about saving the elephants.

Fans shared images from Harry and Meghan's trip to Botswana in 2016. Apparently Markle learned about the Disney project from a mutual friend at Elephants Without Borders. The former Suits star was an actor before taking on a royal job, so this will come naturally to her.

Many thought Prince Harry networked to get Markle this gig, but she got it all on her own.

During The Lion King premiere, footage was released of Prince Harry and Disney CEO Bob Iger chatting about Markle's voiceover talent. But apparently, things had already been in the works. Iger clarified the subject on the Oscars 2020 red carpet. Harry had simply been informing him that Markle was providing the narration for his project.