Prince Harry and Meghan Markle paid a visit today to Reprezent Radio in Brixton, South London, marking their second public engagement together as a couple. Excited fans on the street cheered for the Suits star and her royal fiancé upon their arrival.
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Markle wore a tan coat, scarf and slacks for the occasion—a departure from the skirts and dresses we’ve seen her wear in her previous public appearances.
Reprezent touts itself as being “the UK’s only radio station presented by young people.” While the station serves as a jumping-off point for artists starting out in the music industry, it also campaigns for issues that affect young people, including domestic violence, unemployment and more. The couple are slated to meet with volunteers and youth working with the station during today’s visit.
Kensington Palace first announced Harry and Meghan’s plans to visit the radio station last week. The pair was slated to see the organization’s “work supporting young people through creative training in radio and broadcasting, and to learn more about their model of using music, radio and media for social impact,” the palace blasted on social media.
Today’s visit takes place a month after Harry and Meghan had their first royal engagement together on December 1, less than a week after announcing they were engaged. Crowds lined the streets in Nottingham, England, to see the couple and congratulate them, as they visited a Terrence Higgins Trust charity fair in honor of World AIDS Day.
Right away, Markle impressed royal fans with her poise and elegance at her first royal event. She was a natural in front of the crowd (and her public training as the star of a hit American TV show surely helped.) She engaged with bystanders, chatted up well-wishers and shook hands along the way. At today’s royal duties, she continued to prove she’s ready for Duchess life.
This article originally appeared Harper’s BAZAAR US.