Meghan Markle is so comfortable with her royal duties, you'd swear she's already a duchess. On Tuesday, Prince Harry and his fiancé traveled to the South London neighborhood of Brixton to tour the Reprezent Radio station and learn more about how the station, which features and is largely run by young people, is supporting teens and young adults in the area.
Before heading into the station, Meghan and Harry, dressed in coordinating earth tones, were greeted by huge crowds gathered along the sidewalks outside. In one video shared on Twitter, after the newly engaged couple get out of their car, the Suits actress immediately reaches for Prince Harry's hand before breaking apart to shake a Reprezent staff member's hand. In another clip, while chatting with the Reprezent staff outside of the station, Meghan turns around to take in all the people cheering for her and Harry, and, with a look of amazement on her face, gives a few tiny waves before returning to the conversation.
In a series of posts from the official Kensington Palace Twitter account, a royal spokesperson explained that Meghan and Harry were visiting the station "to see their work supporting young people through creative training in radio and broadcasting." Photos shared by the palace show the royal pair meeting with one of the station's young deejays during her show, and talking to some of the young people in Reprezent's training program, which aims to help them "develop useful skills and help progress to further education and employment opportunities."
The visit to the radio station was the second public appearance for Harry and Meghan, who visited the town of Nottingham in early December to meet with local civic leaders and visit the National Justice Museum in honor of World AIDS Day.