Meghan Markle is returning to the screen--well, at least her voice is. An announcement on Thursday revealed that the Duchess of Sussex will voice a nature film about a cause close to Prince Harry’s heart.

Meghan will narrate Disneynature’s “Elephant.” The original movie starts streaming on April 3.

Royal fans know that Harry has long been a supporter of conservation issues, especially elephants. In 2016, he spent three weeks in Malawi with African Parks to help relocate 500 elephants to the NkhotakotaWildlife Reserve, one of the largest elephant translocations in history.

“These are very special places, but they are islands with a sea of people around them. I do worry. I think everyone should worry,” he told Town & Country during the trip. “We need to look after them, because otherwise our children will not have a chance to see what we have seen. This is God's test: If we can't save some animals in a wilderness area, what else can't we do?”

Meghan is not accepting a paycheck for her work. Instead, Disney will donate to conservation charity Elephants Without Borders, which protects the animals from poachers, the Times of London reported in January.

According to the official synopsis, Disneynature’s “Elephant” “follows African elephant Shani and her spirited son Jomo as their herd make an epic journey hundreds of miles across the vast Kalahari Desert, from the Okavango delta to the Zambezi river, just as countless generations of their ancestors have done before.”

The movie will be released alongside another star-studded nature movie. Natalie Portman narrates Disneynature’s “Dolphin Reef,” also releasing April 3 on Disney+.

"Elephant" was helmed by British director Mark Linfield, who also executive produced alongside Vanessa Berlowitz and Roy Conli. The movie will start streaming April 3.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are pictured. POOL / Jeremy Selwyn