THIS is the moment Prince Harry touts Meghan Markle AGAIN for a Disney voiceover job at Lion King premiere.
The 35-year-old was filmed telling the movie’s director Jon Favreau they would “make ourselves available” for a role – with Meghan joking “that’s really why we’re here – to pitch”.
It comes as the Queen last night confirmed details of how Meghan and Harry would step back from life as royals, including paying back taxpayer’s money spent on Frogmore Cottage and no longer using their HRH titles.
And in the astounding video to emerge last night, Harry could be heard promoting his wife during the event in front of Beyonce and Jay-Z.
He could be heard telling Mr Favreau: “If anyone needs any extra voiceover work, we’ll make ourselves available.”
Meghan then interjects, saying: “That’s really why we’re here – to pitch.”
The former actress then quickly laughs, saying “no”.
But Prince Harry continued with the joke, adding: “Just not Scar, it’s a no to Scar.”
The footage comes after the royal was seen chatting to Disney boss Bob Iger at the same event in July last year.
And it this week emerged former Suits star Meghan has signed a deal with Disneyin return for a donation to a wildlife charity.
The Duchess of Sussexwill do the voiceover to help fund Elephants Without Borders, an organisation that helps to track and protect the animals from poaching.
Piers Morgan criticised Harry for even attending the event – having been the same day as a Royal Marines memorial service.
Harry, who is the Captain General of the Royal Marines, skipped the event in July last year that paid tribute to the 11 servicemen killed by the IRA in Deal, Kent, in 1989.
A spokeswoman from Buckingham Palace said in August: “The Duke’s diary is set a number of months in advance and on this occasion he was unable to attend the memorial concert.”
The palace last night confirmed details of the so-called “Megxit” deal – with Prince Harry losing his military titles and appointments.
The deal also means the couple will no longer use their HRH titles and will repay the 2.4million of taxpayer’s money they spent renovating Frogmore Cottage.
It was also confirmed the pair will get no more public cash as Buckingham Palace revealed the details of Megxittonight – but it didn’t directly address the issue of who will pay for their security.
This new arrangement is expected to be rolled out this spring, meaning they will be carrying out royal engagements andMeghanwill be returning to the UK until that time.
However, they still referred to themselves as “their Royal Highnesses” on their website which was updated minutes after the Queen’s announcement on their future.
It is understood that in return for dropping the use of the HRH titles, there will be no oversight on how the couple earn money, meaning they can make whatever commercial deals they want.
It is understood Prince Charles will continue to privately fund for the upkeep of their home, but it is not clear if it will be through his Duchy of Cornwall coffers.
Last year, Prince Harry and Prince William shared about 5million, and 2.3million of that went to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.