PIA invites the newly wed royal couple to Pakistan


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The Pakistan International Airlines, reminiscing the Princess Diana’s visit to the northern areas of Pakistan, has invited the newlywed royal couple Prince Harry and Princess Meghan Markle to Pakistan in a message posted on Twitter. The PIA also posted a picture of Princess Diana in which she was wearing a traditional cap of Gilgit-Baltistan.

Pakistan International Airlines, like everyone, watched the royal wedding. The tweet reads: “We watched the #RoyalWeddding & remembered #PrincessDiana & her trip to the northern areas of Pakistan, & we thought how wonderful it would be for the newlyweds to visit our northern splendors as well! So #PrinceHarry & #PrincessMeghan, we are ready, just let us know when! #PIA.”

Pakistan International Airlines is aggressively working towards harnessing its image through public relations. But the flight delays and the mismanagement issues spoils its public image time and again. In regard to this, many people responded to the tweet by stating that the royal couple has better places to go and no reason to board an airline like the PIA.

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In 1996, Princess Diana visited Pakistan for the fundraising program organized for the Imran Khan’s Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. She boarded the national carrier of Pakistan, PIA, while Jemima Khan, former wife of Imran Khan received her on the Lahore airport.

Prince Harry and Princess Meghan Markle tied the knot in a grand wedding ceremony on Saturday, May 19th. The couple will not be leaving for their honeymoon immediately as they are due to attend a charity garden party for Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, at the Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.

Billions of people from around the world watched the royal wedding. Many world leaders sent their wishes to the couple. “Thank you to everyone who came to Windsor and those who followed us from around the UK, the Commonwealth, and the world,” the royal family tweeted.

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