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Prince Harry Begged Disney to Give Meghan a Job


Video footage of Prince Harry begging the head of Disney for work for his wife Meghan, has been deleted from Twitter for allegedly violating the platform’s “copyright policy”.

Twitter has come under fire after the Silicon Valley tech-giant removed videos from the 2018 red carpet premiere for the Lion King, showing Prince Harry pitching his wife’s skill as a voiceover actor to the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger.

“It disappeared as I was watching the Prince Harry / Megan video where he is asking and telling the Disney head that she does voice overs and would like a job etc.,. They have taken all videos down [sic]”, wrote one user.

Twitter claimed that the decision to remove the video was based on copyright complaints made against the post — but the video can still be found in other posts on the site.

“Per our copyright policy, we respond to valid copyright complaints sent to us by a copyright owner or their authorized representatives”, the tech giant told the Daily Mail.

In the video, Prince Harry can be heard saying to the studio boss “You do know she does voiceovers?” pressing the point that Meghan is “really interested” in working for Disney.

“We’d love to try. That’s a great idea”, replied the Disney boss.

Boy, they really meant it when they said they wanted to lead financially independent lives.