Will Harry and Meghan book south London DJ for Royal Wedding set?

Photo: twitter/@JevanniLetford

A DJ who handed Prince Harry his business card during a royal visit to a Brixton radio station this week is hoping the royal couple will take up his offer to play a set at their wedding. Video of Reprezent Radio's Jevanni Letford calling to the prince to "DJ at the wedding" has been shared on social media worldwide.

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Jevanni has started an online campaign to try and secure a 30 minute set at the wedding in Windsor on 19th May. He and his supporters say they want to show and inspire young people to believe that anything is possible if they seize the opportunity and chase their dreams.

Speaking today on Good Morning Britain Jevanni said he would play quite a traditional set but would throw in a few surprises. He suggests a good song for the couple's first dance would be "The Closer I Get To You" by Luther Vandross and Beyonce Knowles. He would then go on to play hits such as "This Is How We Do It" by Montell Jordan and "Don't Stop Believin" by Journey. He also said that to get the Queen up on the dance floor he would make a remix of the National Anthem.

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Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle visited Reprezent Radio in Brixton on Tuesday. The south London community station teaches young people media skills and helps get them into work. It also campaigns on a range of issues affecting young people, offering a platform for young Britain to be heard.

Harry and Meghan were really down to earth, really humble individuals and very interested in what we are doing at Reprezent. They were very easy to talk to and very personable. I didn't anticipate that I would get close enough to give my business card to Prince Harry and that he would actually put it in his pocket.

– Jevanni Letford, DJ