Hailing from Dublin, they visited the Raj Nivas and had a meeting with the former IPS officer.
Much to his surprise and his parents, Bedi let the boy sit in her chair and also asked him to write on a pad on her table.
"Let him write anything he feels," she said.
Bedi,who posted the video of the meetingthrough her twitter handle, told the parents that on earlier occasions a few children were allowed to occupy her chair.
"We do it with many children giving them a life long memory," she tweeted.
The boy's name could not be known immediately.
Bedi presented a gift to the boy and cheered him when he occupied the chair.
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