Harry and Meghan feel the love in Brixton

Harry and Meghan feel the love in Brixton

The couple, set to marry May 19 at Windsor Castle, looked distinctly "loved up", as the British tabloids put it, dressed warmly and smiling warmly at well-wishers as they dropped in at a formerly underground radio station, Reprezent 107.3FM in Brixton, to see its program training youths in radio and broadcasting.

The radio station, housed inside shipping containers in the south London district, is supported by the charitable foundation of Prince Harry, his brother Prince William and his wife, Duchess Kate of Cambridge.

Meghan Markle made her second official engagement alongside Prince Harry on Tuesday and as usual all eyes were on the U.S. actress.

The pair arrived in the January cold with Meghan wrapped up in a grey woollen coat from Smythe and a Jigsaw scarf.

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.

During the visit, Harry practised a fist-bump handshake and the couple donned headphones as presenter Gloria Beyi, 17, was on air.

"Now leave me alone please", he said. Markle send you their warmest thanks and very best wishes'.

Station founder Shane Carey said news of the visit had caused "massive excitement".

They arrived in a chauffeur-driven auto at the studios of Reprezent FM, a community radio station which trains youngsters in media and employment skills.

They are set to Wednesday at Windsor Castle in May, 2018.

Miss Beyi said: "For two people who are making headlines in the news to come to a place where there's usually just a little column in the newspaper (about us) - I think a lot of people thought those two worlds would never collide".

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