Meghan Markle deletes social media accounts ahead of wedding

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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.

Their arrival was marked by an explosion of camera flashes from a large phalanx of photographers and TV cameras, as Markle, 36, smiled, waved, and blew a kiss to wellwishers outside Pop Brixton, a community project that houses independent local businesses, start-ups, new restaurants and the not-for-profit radio station in shipping containers.

The pair arrived in the January cold with Meghan wrapped up in a grey woollen coat from Smythe and a Jigsaw scarf.

Now, Meghan, who ended her blog, The Tig, last April, has taken another step towards revamping her public persona by shutting down her personal Instagram and Twitter accounts, on which she had previously shared photos of her travels and her dogs, Guy and Bogart.

Tuesday's visit was the couple's second official visit since the couple announced their engagement in November. "I must tune in".

Their visit also marks the first time they've been seen publicly since celebrating the holidays together with Queen Elizabeth (making Markle the first royal fiancée to do so, no big deal).

"I think she's trouble", she said.

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.

The U.S. actress and the queen's grandson are due to marry May 19 at Windsor Castle.

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