David Furnish is looking forward to working with Meghan Markle on the Netflix animated series that sheds light on extraordinary women.
In a statement on Thursday, the 58-year-old Canadian filmmaker broke the silence on his partnership with the Duchess of Sussex. He expressed his delight that he was “finally able to announce this exciting animated series.”
“Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and I are passionate about bringing inspiring and positive stories of extraordinary women from around the world to a global audience of all ages,” she wrote. Instagram With screenshot of different types of declarations.
He added: “The team contributing to the series is first class, and Netflix is the best partner.”
Fans expressed their excitement over the new project, with a comment, “I can’t wait to see what the two of you have created together sweet spirits!”
Meanwhile, another wrote, “How interesting! Congratulations!” And another said, “Smart woman. She is in safe, capable, reliable hands.” Another fan also thanked the pair for using their platform to “promote and empower women”.
The Frenchman will serve as the series’ executive producer with Meghan Markle. He is no stranger to the world of animation. She also produced “Gnomemio and Juliet” in 2011 and “Sherlock Gnome” in 2018. Her latest project was the 2019 award-winning biopic “Rocket Man”, which tells the life and music of her British musician husband Elton John. The singer has long been friends with Prince Harry and his mother, Princess Diana. He even paid tribute to the late Princess of Wales with the song “Candles in the Wind” which he performed at her funeral.
“Pearl” is the working title of the Netflix animated series, which follows the 12-year-old title “Brave Adventure”. In her journey, she discovers her true power and is inspired by women who have been influenced by history.
The animated series is the second project of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry since they signed a multi-million dollar deal with Netflix in 2020 through their Archell Foundation. Their first, “Heart of Inuktitut,” follows athletes participating in the Invictus Games, launched by the Duke of Sussex in 2014.