The wedding of British Royals is going to be a big affair and people across the world are looking forward to the big celebration. Interestingly, the famous dabbawala of Mumbai is no step away from celebrating the wedding of Prince Harry with actress Meghan Markle. In a good gesture, they will be distributing sweets and free meals to the relatives of patients at the government-run Tata Memorial Hospital, KEM Hospital and Wadia Hospital on May 19. The dabbawalas will also be sending the bride and groom the traditional Maharashtrian wedding dress. Also Read - Woman Tells Court That Prince Harry Promised to Marry Her, Judge Calls Her Petition 'Daydreamer’s Fantasy'
The relationship between the dabbawalas and British royal kicked off in the year 2003 when Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, had visited them in Mumbai. The dabbawalas and Prince Charles had an interaction and the Prince was hugely impressed with their work. The two office-bearers of dabbawalas organisation were also invited to the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles in April 2005. Also Read - Prince Harry Will Attend The Funeral of Prince Philip But Not Meghan Markle, Read On To Know Why
Subhash Talekar, spokesperson of Dabbawala Association while speaking to the news agency said, “We’ll distribute sweets along with tiffins. We’ll even send the bride and groom the traditional Maharashtrian wedding dress.” Also Read - Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Reveal Their First Netflix Document Series 'Heart of Invictus'; Harry to Appear on Camera
“We have an emotional connection with the British royal family. Prince Charles had invited us to his wedding some years ago. The royal family treated us with a lot of respect when we attended the wedding.” He added.
He further said, “We have an emotional connection with the British royal family. Prince Charles had invited us to his wedding some years ago. The royal family treated us with a lot of respect when we attended the wedding.”
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be held on May 19 at St. George’s chapel in The Kensington Palace.