Meghan Markle deletes social media accounts ahead of wedding

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive for their visit to Reprezent FM, a radio station and youth training program.

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). Just look at how he looks at her!

Markle, 36, frequently posted photos of her home, her dogs, her travels and food on Instagram, and shared information about her activism and charitable work and other interests on Twitter.

Meghan shut down The Tig in April of 2017, but kept her Instagram and Twitter accounts, People reports.

Pubs, clubs and bars across England and Wales may stay open later on the weekend of the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if government plans are passed.

Meghan Markle deletes social media accounts ahead of wedding
Meghan Markle deletes social media accounts ahead of wedding

Members of the royal family share details of official royal engagements on the various official social media accounts operated by Kensington Palace, Clarence House and Buckingham Palace. Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Prince William, for example, don't have personal social media handles.

The couple, stepping out for their second official event since announcing their engagement in November, headed to the Brixton neighborhood of south London to meet with the volunteers and staff of Reprezent FM. And also keep in mind that I've been working on my show [Suits] for seven years.

There had been speculation about whether Mr Markle would be invited to give his daughter away at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel in May.

To make you feel better, here are a bunch of pics of Meghan and Prince Harry from today.

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