- A craftsman from KwaZulu-Natal, Kuber Eadhev Singh, has made a baby armchair for the newest member of the royal family, Archie
- The chair is handcrafted from rare tambuti wood and was made specifically for the cutie pie
- Kuber has made a jewellery box for Princess Diana when she got married and is happy to give something to her grandson
Kuber Eadhev Singh, a craftsman based in KwaDukuza, has lovingly handcrafted a baby armchair for the youngest royal family member, Archie.
Kuber will send the chair to London so it will be there when Prince Harry, his wife, Meghan Markle and their son arrive home, reports IOL News.
Currently, the royal family is doing a tour of South Africa.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Kuber, who is a descendant of the royal family from Agra in India, made a gift for Princess Diana as well.
"When Princess Di got married I sent her a tambuti jewellery box and now I’m giving her grandson a beautiful baby armchair and the child can use it up to 10 years old."
He also sent a jewellery box to Meghan when she got married. For the Queen, Kuber handcrafted a cross that she placed on the queen mother's grave.
Earlier this week, little Archie got to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and it was a rather special moment.
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