Meghan Markle's father will give her away

Onlookers cheered as the couple arrived at the station, housed inside shipping containers in the diverse south London district, a hub for Britain's African and Caribbean communities.

Circulating social media, the cards feature the official Kensington Palace crest and feature a short note that reads: 'Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle were incredibly touched that you took the trouble to write as you did in connection to their forthcoming Wedding.

This is the first time Mr Markle has spoken publicly about the Prince, though he has previously claimed he would "love to" be the one to give 36-year-old Meghan away on May 19.

On an impromptu walkabout later, she was showered with flowers and cards as she shook hands with the crowd, expertly steered by Harry.

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

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Before they left, Meghan added: "I must tune in".

But Meghan Markle didn't start life as a royal.

The organisation's CEO Shane Carey welcomed the visit saying: "We're having the spotlight shone on us from all the world's media". Brand Finance's chief executive David Haigh recently said: "We think approximately £200 million will come from tourism, travel, and hotels".

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the Reprezent 107.3FM studio in Pop Brixton.

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.

  • Michelle Webb