Prince Harry and his bride-to-be Meghan Markle visited the studios of Reprezent FM in Brixton, London on Tuesday afternoon and were in high spirits as they greeted presenters and staff at the studio, which specialises in training hundreds of people in the media sector every year. Meghan, 36, stunned photographers and the waiting crowd in a £593 grey coat by Symthe, a £45 sweater by Autograph by Marks & Spencer, trousers by Burberry and a scarf by Jigsaw.
Meghan's sweater is by Marks & Spencer and is £45
She wore her long brunette mane up, which differs from her trademark waved style that she normally wears loose. Her make-up was typically flawless, with the former Suits actress sported a warm brown eyeshadow, dark mascara and glossy nude lips. Prince Harry's fiancée has become an overnight fashion sensation following the news of her engagement, with everything the American actress is seen wearing becoming an instant sell-out.
Meghan's coat is by Symthe and is priced at £593
High-end designers are clamouring to dress Meghan; the white Line the Label coat that she wore to her engagement photocall is now named after her, and her burgundy Strathberry handbag she carried in December is being sold for almost four times the price on EBay. Meghan was last seen on Christmas Day as she attended a church service at Sandringham with her new fiancé and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The happy coupled smiled at the crowd
The loved-up couple have already carried out their first official engagement together – they travelled to Nottingham for a series of scheduled visits mere days after their engagement was announced on 27 November. The couple will marry at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on 19 May.
The Reprezent training programme was established ten years ago. It was founded in response to the rise in knife crime and offers help and development to young people by encouraging them to socialisethrough radio. Harry and Meghan learned about the training programmes the company offers, and met with both current and former volunteers who benefited from their time on the courses.