Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received an exciting job offer that's right up the Duchess of Sussex's alley. The long-running cartoon series, The Simpsons, would like the royals to voice an episode where they will play themselves.

According to The Sun, the show's producer Al Jean said that they are considering talking to Prince Harry and Meghan for the special guest spot gig. Jean said that he is aware the Duchess of Sussex is keen on doing voiceover work.

The Simpsons, now considered a cartoon classic because it has been around since the '80s, is also running on Disney's streaming service Disney Plus. Last July, Prince Harry pitched to former Disney boss Bob Iger at the London premiere of The Lion King that his wife can do voiceovers for the massive studio.

Meghan reportedly then signed a deal with Disney to lend her voice to a documentary. The Duchess of Sussex apparently did the recording just before they left for the holidays last November. Per Daily Mail, Meghan pledged her earnings for this gig to an elephant charity.

Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer working royals effective March 31. They will venture into private work and endeavors by April. They will announce the details of their new plans for their brand, Sussex Royal, by then.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan are reportedly in a better place with the royal family today. A source told Entertainment Tonight that the Sussexes have gotten through whatever tension developed when they announced their move to Canada and leave their royal roles behind last January.

The source also said that Prince Harry and Meghan did everything they thought was right for their nuclear family even if it meant disappointing their relatives, like Prince William. According to the report, Prince Harry's older brother was critical of him but they are slowly sorting out their differences.

In their new life as non-working royals, Prince Harry and Meghan would like to surround themselves with people they can trust to work together. They feel that they will be heard and respected now that they are out of the royal cocoon.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently in Vancouver, Canada and will likely remain there amid the global public health crisis. Prince Harry was supposed to fly to London by the end of April for the London Marathon but since the travel lockdowns and the coronavirus threat, the duke decided to cancel his trip. He also canceled the 2020 Invictus Games set in The Netherlands for the safety of the players and the spectators.