Prince Harry, Meghan Markle bundled up for visit to a radio station


As crowds cheered outside, the pair were introduced to workers at the youth-led Reprezent FM in Brixton, in their second official visit together.

Their arrival was marked by an explosion of camera flashes from a large phalanx of photographers and TV cameras, as Markle, 36, smiled, waved, and blew a kiss to wellwishers outside Pop Brixton, a community project that houses independent local businesses, start-ups, new restaurants and the not-for-profit radio station in shipping containers.

Pubs, clubs and bars across England and Wales may stay open later on the weekend of the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if government plans are passed. Markle will join the foundation after she marries Harry.

Although the royal family does use social media in an official manner, none of the royals have their own personal social media accounts that we know of. "I can see why your show is so popular".

"I love my daughter very much - Harry's a gentleman", he added.

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But Meghan Markle didn't start life as a royal. Station founder Shane Carey said news of their visit had caused "massive excitement" in the area.

To make you feel better, here are a bunch of pics of Meghan and Prince Harry from today.

The Reprezent programme was set up ten years ago o help young people develop skills such as audio and radio production, confidence building and work experience.

She distanced herself from comments about a tweet she posted which was interpreted as criticising the prince after he said his relatives were the family his actress fiancée "never had".