The couple donned polished (yet casual) neutrals for their visit. Harry wore a gray sweater over a white collared shirt and black slacks. Meghan wore her long black locks in a low and perfectly imperfect bun, which she complemented with a black boatneck blouse and high-waist wide-leg trousers. The actress and activist paired the monochrome look with a beige scarf and long wool coat upon exiting the building.
According to People, when Prince Harry was asked a question about gender equality, he shifted the spotlight to his fiancée.
“She answers the questions!” he said cheekily, pointing to Markle.
“Yes, talking of gender equality!” the former Suits star responded with a smile.
The discussion naturally turned to the pair’s upcoming nuptials (May 19!), of which Markle admitted she’s “so excited” for. Same, Meghan. SAME.
During the show, Prince Harry and Markle discussed with young people "about their experiences, and how Reprezent has helped them to develop important skills," according to Kensington Palace.
Prince Harry also learned a special handshake as Markle looked on: