Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have once again dazzled crowds as they carried out their second joint engagement on Tuesday. The couple, who are set to tie the knot in Windsor on 19 May, visited the studios of Reprezent 107.3 FM in Brixton, south London, a 24-hour underground music station and the only one in the UK presented by people under 25. Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, were greeted with cheers and applause from well-wishers who had waited outside Pop Brixton in the hope of catching a glimpse of the pair. The pair held hands as they smiled and waved at the crowd, before making their way inside.
Turning heads as she walked by, Meghan stood out in a camel coloured coat by Smythe,black Burberry trousers and a coordinating sweater by Marks & Spencer. Meanwhile, Harry looked equally smart in a tailored green overcoat. The loved-up duo spent time shaking and with the mayor of Brixton and local dignitaries before beginning their tour. The radio station was founded in 2003 by former teacher Shane Carey, in response to a sudden increase in knife crime in nearby neighbourhood, Peckham.
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For the outing, Prince Harry's fiancée Meghan opted to wear a £593 grey coat by Symthe, a sweater by Marks & Spencer, trousers by Burberry and a scarf by Jigsaw. She wore her long brunette tresses in a ponytail - which differs from her trademark loose waves. Her make-up was typically flawless, with the former Suits actress rocking a warm brown eyeshadow, dark mascara and glossy nude lips.
The American beauty, who is preparing for her upcoming nuptials on 19 May, happily flashed her stunning engagement ring as she made her way through the crowd. She appeared to be a natural in front of the crowds and the cameras.
The radio station was founded in 2003 by former teacher Shane Carey, in response to a sudden increase in knife crime in nearby neighbourhood, Peckham. According to Mr Carey, Harry and Meghan approached him three days before Christmas, asking if they could come and see the station for themselves.
With just 122 days to their wedding, this is the first engagement of the year for the happy couple - their second in total. The pair waved and smiled at the crowd as they entered the building.
The royal couple were greeted with cheers and applause from fans who had waited outside Pop Brixton in the hope of catching a glimpse of the couple.
One young fan was seen holding a lovely poster with the words, "Harry & Megan, Brixton [love] you." [sic]
The couple are seen inside the radio station chatting to youth workers and volunteers. The station trains hundreds of young people each year in media and employment skills, and offers courses in everything from audio and radio production to confidence building, work experience and volunteering. The popular programme currently has over 3,000 people on the waiting list, and has seen past students go on to run their own club nights and produce their own music.
The couple timed their entrance perfectly as the presenter had just started a track which meant they could talk without the listeners hearing them. The 17-year-old DJ admitted she was the youngest in the station when she was quizzed by Ms Markle. The teenager talked about how she had been given the opportunity to host her own show after doing work experience at the station when aged 16.
As their few minutes with the presenter ended, Meghan praised the presenter, adding: "I can see why your show is so popular. You're so thoughtful and your approach is so engaging."