It's not all song and dance
“They thought we were foreigners,” laughs 51-year-old Peter Louis, a Sri Lankan of African origin whose ancestors came from Mozambique. Asked by inquisitive visitors whether they could speak a language, Louis jokingly put his tongue out and gestured with his hands to indicate ‘No’ but later spoke perfect Sinhala – much to their surprise.
Royal bloom from Lanka graces Chelsea Flower Show

"The Queen herself is interested in flowers. For the few minutes that we spoke she asked intelligent questions about the flowers at our stand, which showed that she's knowledgeable on the subject and has a deep interest in flower," said Mr. Wanigatunga.

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