WION Web Team Delhi, India
Jan 10, 2018, 02.15 AM
Britain's Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle got some tips for their wedding music Tuesday as they made a visit to a radio station in London.
The royal couple were seen together on their second official outing while visiting the Reprezent radio station in Brixton -- set up in 2008 as part of a response to a rise in knife crime among London's youth.
Speaking to Reuters, presenter Gloria Beyi, 17, said the couple showed a keen interest in the station’s music.
She said, ”The main thing I observed is they go quite well together. This is genuine - this is the real stuff. Having both of them in one room trying to talk to you and having interest in the station, how it works, the relationship between everyone, it’s just so amazing. So, that mixed together at a wedding? Then you’re pretty good. Those two genres if they’re there, you’re pretty sorted for your wedding.”
On the station's wedding music recommendations to the popular couple, she said, “A little bit of house, a little bit of hip-hop, cos Harry did say that he is interested in hip-hop and house."
The couple were greeted by large crowds while on their visit.
Meanwhile, DJ Jevanni Letford slipped in his business card to Prince Harry while pitching himself to play music at their wedding. Watch the video here:
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of the fame "Suits" announced their engagement in November. They will be getting married on May 19 at St George’s Chapel in Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle home to the west of London.