Nowadays, kids grow up too soon. They dream like there is no tomorrow. Moreover, they express their aspirations without any fear. They live life as if the world is at their feet.
With this same zest, a 4 year-old boy, Shaan Dulay, decided to celebrate his 5th birthday in a larger-than-life way. Hence, he wrote a heartwarming invite to Queen Elizabeth II. Whoa! This idea was suggested by his mother as Shaan longed for a meeting with the Queen.
Shaan resides in Sandwell, West Midlands, England.
In the invitation, Shaan expressed his desire to help poor children and shared his dream to become a pilot. Also, he was ready to make horse-shaped biscuits for the Majesty. That’s quite a delicious invite. He wrote,
Dear HRH Queen Elizabeth,
I think you are the best Queen in the world.
I really like your crown and the red cloak you wear; it’s like a superhero. I love horses just like you. I wish I could come and see your horses. That would be so amazing.
When I grow up I am going to be a pilot. I would like to fly your planes. Mummy said to be kind and help others. When I am big I am going to help the poor children like mummy does. Can you make everyone help the children as you are the Queen and everyone must listen to you?Can you please come to my house for my birthday? It is on June 25.
I need to talk to you about horses, planes and the poor children. I can even make horse shaped biscuits for us to share. Pretty please. Love
Shaan had written the letter on March 3. Initially, he had lost all hope of getting a reply from the Queen. But after months of waiting, the queen replied to him and appreciated his warm gesture.