The Mumbai Dabbawalas seems to be on cloud nine as they got big thanks from the Britain's Royal Family for the grant gift for Meghan Markle's son Archie.
Baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the first kid of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The Kensington Palace issues a letter in which the British Royal family expressed their extreme gratitude and thanks for the Mumbai Dabbawalas. They said that they were extremely happy at receiving the special gift by the Dabbawalas in India for Archie.
The Mumbai Dabbawalas have a well-organized association, which they use for their own unity and also for other social causes. They always indulge in various social activities and are always there to help those who need it. The Mumbai Dabbawalas special gift included some jewelry, which was really a huge surprise for the British Royal family. The social media also applauded this good gesture by the Dabbawala's association in India.
Prince Charles and the Mumbai Dabbawalas first became friend in 2003 and during this time, Prince Charles was on his visit to Mumbai. They also had good communication between each other and always were in touch for one or other reasons. Since then the association of Mumbai Dabbawala has been keen on celebrating all the major events that took place in the British Royal family.
The nuptials between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which was held last year was also celebrated by the Mumbai Dabbawala's association by distributing sweets to the patients who were admitted in the government hospitals. The association also send the Royal couple a set of Maharashtra wedding attire at the time of their wedding, as a mark of showering their blessings on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Meghan Markle also celebrated her first mother's day with her kid Archie.