Meghan Markle, who is currently on maternity leave after receiving daughter Libbit Diana in June, has already announced her new plan.
The Duchess of Sussex will produce a new animated series about the 12-year-old girl’s “brave adventures”, whose role is “inspired by the influential women of history.” The project will be part of Netflix’s streaming giant’s agreement with Meghan and Prince Harry’s production house “Archel Productions”.
“Pearl” is the original working title of Netflix, which was announced together Statement The royal couple will serve as executive producers on the Archel website with former American actresses David Furnish (Rocketman, Genomeio and Juliet), Caroline Super (Sherlock Gnous, Alzheimer’s), and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Liz Garbes. , What Happened, Miss Simon?) And Dan Cogan (Icarus, The Apollo). Amanda Renda, best known for her performances in “DC Superhero Girls” and “The Loud House,” will serve as Schwarzenegger and executive producer.
The announcement included a statement from Meghan, who told the story of the series, “Our heroine Pearl, like many girls her age, is on a journey of self-discovery as she takes on the daily challenges of life. Tries to control. “
“I am amazed that Netflix’s Powerhouse platform and Archel Productions in partnership with these incredible producers, and together these incredible producers will bring you this new dynamic series, which celebrates extraordinary women throughout history. “David Furnish and I are eager to bring this special series to light, and I’m glad we’re able to announce it today,” the 39-year-old added.
“Suite” Alum signed the message as a co-founder of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Archel Productions. The British monarch also used the title Duchess when releasing his children’s book, The Bench, although he did not use it on his recent daughter’s birth certificate.
Meghan has been Enter Her birth name, Rachel Meghan Markle, required her legal name and her first name on the birth certificate, while her husband, Prince Harry, called himself “Duke of Sussex” and “His Royal” for his first name. Hynes. His last name