"When my husband was about two years old, his parents, who lived in India back then, took a trip all the way to London to see the Royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. This was in 1981... I guess being fans of the Royal family runs in our family as well," Bianca told NDTV in a telephonic interview from London. The two were bubbling with excitement, sharing interesting facts and details about all facets of the upcoming Royal wedding.
"When this happened, we knew it (the wedding) was going to be around this time, we decided why not go and see the wedding. It is once-in-a-lifetime thing and it is also going to be a great opportunity for our son," Bianca said.
"Bianca and me put our hand-in-hand and walked down the aisle in St George's chapel," husband Alan Louzado joked.
Bianca, a professional makeup artist in Mumbai, hopes to see a natural and subdued look on Meghan Markle on the big day. "Her gown is going to be spectacular, at the same time subdued because they are people who are for people," she said.
"We wanted to camp out, even if couple of nights before if we had to. But the police has cordoned off the area... We are planning on finding a spot along the procession route that the couple will take once the wedding is over," Alan said.
"My son is really excited. As soon as we entered Windsor, he said 'Am I going to see anybody? Am I going to see The Queen?'" Bianca told NDTV.
Asked whether they will come back for the next Royal wedding, Bianca quipped that she hopes her son will come for Prince George's wedding in future. "I told my son when Prince George gets married, you have to come here to keep the tradition," she said.
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