Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 15 January 2020

Twitter users cry foul after footage of Prince Harry touting his wife Meghan Markle as a voiceover to Disney boss is REMOVED from social media platform

Twitter has come under fire after embarrassing footage of Prince Harry touting Meghan Markle for Disney voiceover work has been taken down.

The Duke of Sussex collared the company’s CEO Bob Iger and advertised his ex-actress partner’s ‘interest’ in doing the roles during a Lion King premiere in July.

During the hushed conversation, caught by a fan and which resurfaced at the weekend, the Prince gestures to Meghan and says: ‘You do know she does voiceovers?’

Iger can be heard replying: ‘Ah, I did not know that.’ Harry then responds: ‘You seem surprised. She’s really interested.’ The Disney chief then says: ‘We’d love to try. That’s a great idea.’

There was anger when footage of the Prince and Iger was being pulled down from Twitter – although it emerged that this was as a result of a copyright complaint from Getty and it is still available elsewhere.

Some social media users who had shared the clip no longer have the video on their feeds, with it instead saying: ‘Video not displayed.

‘This video has been removed in response to a report from the copyright holder.’

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