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.
The radio station, housed inside shipping containers in the south London district, is supported by the charitable foundation of Prince Harry, his brother Prince William and his wife, Duchess Kate of Cambridge.
Markle, who once ran a blog and had an active social media presence, had slowly scaled back her activity on the accounts when her relationship with Prince Harry became increasingly serious.
On an impromptu walkabout later, she was showered with flowers and cards as she shook hands with the crowd, expertly steered by Harry. "I can see why your show is so popular".
'It really was most thoughtful of you and greatly appreciated.
One killed as balloon crash at Egyptian city of Luxor
The accident occurred in Luxor, in southern Egypt, which is popular with tourists due to its number of ancient temples and ruins. One tourist was killed and 12 others were injured when a hot air balloon crashed near Egypt's ancient city of Luxor on Friday.
Winter Weather Advisory issued for Northern Panhandle
This is all upstream moisture will should produce steady snowfall all day Friday , Friday night and into most of Saturday . Snow will begin to pass through after the sunrise, and it is expected to last throughout the afternoon and early evening.
National Weather Service issues high wind advisory
An upper disturbance brings a slight chance for snow Wednesday evening through Thursday afternoon along with increased cloudiness. According to a National Weather Service wind chill chart , frostbite can occur within 30 minutes at such low temperatures.
Before they left, Meghan added: "I must tune in". Station founder Shane Carey said news of their visit had caused "massive excitement" in the area. "Empowering the women to make sure they're in a space where it's not as much [male] driven - to be the man there supporting, I think that's incredible".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the Reprezent 107.3FM studio in Pop Brixton.
"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", Kensington Palace tweeted.
They also touched on their upcoming wedding at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, just outside London, on 19 May, with the bride-to-be admitting she was "so excited" for the nuptials.
Fire breaks out at Trump Tower in New York City, 2 injured
The Fire Department of NY said it was called there at around 7am (noon GMT) after the blaze was reported on the top floor. New York's fire department said the fire broke out before 7 am (local time), the U.S. news channel CBS reported.
South Korea seizes second ship transferring oil to North
Earlier a foreign ministry official in Seoul had said the ship had been seized briefly by customs authorities who inspected it. The Hong Kong government said in a statement Friday it had noted media reports that the Lighthouse Winmore had been seized.
Arctic cold front arriving this weekend
On Monday, morning lows will likely be in the teens and twenties and afternoon highs could be near or just below freezing. We're starting off our Wednesday on a dangerously cold note, and the frigid temperatures aren't going away anytime soon!
Uber sells stake to Softbank for 30% discount
The group will buy most of the shares from early investors in a deal that values Uber at about $48bn (£35.7bn). The deal nevertheless sharply discounts Uber's value, which a year ago was estimated at nearly $70 billion.
Chiefs make QB switch for suddenly intriguing Week 17
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes looks to pass during a preseaon game at Arrowhead Stadium on August 31, 2017. On Wednesday, the National Football League shared what it said was Mahomes' five best moments from his preseason games.
Plane coming from Georgia skids off taxiway in Boston
EST, the airport announced they were halting landings and departures were halted due to quick change in temperature. Peters said passengers used stairs to exit the aircraft and were taken by bus to the terminal.