The soon-to-be Wednesday couple visited the studios of Reprezent FM in Brixton, London and were greeted with huge cheers and well-wishes from the crowd.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive for their visit to Reprezent FM, a radio station and youth training program.
Former Suits actress Meghan looked typically chic wearing a black Marks and Spencer jumper, black Burberry pants and a cream Smythe coat. "You're so thoughtful and your approach is so engaging", Markle told Beyi.
Markle, who has spoken out on women's issues, also homed in on presenter YV Shells, 24, asking him: "Is it you that does a lot of support of the women DJs?"
Prince Harry and Ms Markle announced their engagement in November.
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"Now leave me alone please", he said.
The organisation's CEO Shane Carey welcomed the visit saying: "We're having the spotlight shone on us from all the world's media".
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.
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They are set to Wednesday at Windsor Castle in May, 2018.
Miss Beyi said there had been "a lot of shock" around the visit, adding: "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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