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).
Britain's Prince Harry and his US fiancee Meghan Markle were given some street-level tips for their wedding music as they visited a pioneering radio station in south London on Tuesday.
However, updates about the family's appearances and daily lives are shared on the Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts for Kensington Palace, Clarence House and so on. Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Prince William, for example, don't have personal social media handles.
Though the former actress - who has officially given up the business following her high-profile engagement - had previously been quite active on sites like Twitter and Instagram, her last post on the latter came way back in April of 2017.
During the visit, Harry practised a fist-bump handshake and the couple donned headphones as presenter Gloria Beyi, 17, was on air.
Markle, a Los Angeles native, also intends to become a United Kingdom citizen, a process which will take several years.