The pair arrived hand-in-hand, leaving in the same fashion after speaking with the radio station's employees.
Meghan wore a camel Smythe Brando coat (the leopard version is still available online for $1,348) and scarf over a simple black top and pants with “Jay” pumps by Sarah Flint ($563; farfetch.com), while Prince Harry wore a Club Monaco topcoat over a white button down and grey sweater. Meghan styled her enviable locks in a messy low-bun for the occasion.
Meghan appeared to tear up as she spoke with members of the public outside of the station, accepting flowers and holding hands with well-wishers.
She was also seen laughing and waving as the crowd called out to her.
"The Reprezent training programme was established in 2008 in response to an alarming rise in knife crime, to help young people develop and socialise through radio," wrote Kensington Palace in a series of tweets. "Training hundreds of young people every year to develop useful skills and help progress to further education and employment opportunities, over 4,000 young people have been through the Reprezent programme."
We can't wait to see more from the happy couple in 2018.