Britain will not be the only nation celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, as Maasai warriors from Africa will take to the streets of London this Wednesday (April 20th) to hand out roses to commuters.
Tourists looking for their next vacation destination could be encouraged to go on Kenya holidays, as the heir to the throne chose the country's Lewa Conservancy as the setting for his proposal.
People travelling through London Bridge, Waterloo, Kings Cross and Liverpool Street tube stations will be able to collect one of the flowers from the Maasai people. They traditionally wear bright red shawls and robes, which could make them stand out in the crowds.
Included with each rose will be a romantic note from the nation, which the prince called his "second home" in November 2010. The royal couple have also made the Save the Black Rhino in Kenya charity a part of their wedding gift register.