Rowan Atkinson's similar son Ben, 26, joins the Gurkhas after spending three months in Nepal
- Lt Ben Atkinson joined the Gurkhas soldiers after spending months in Nepal
- He is the son of Rowan Atkinson, 64, and makeup artist Sunetra Sastry, 62
- Gurjha Brigade Assoc. newsletter indicates that he intends to be charming local women
The lookalike son of Rowan Atkinson joined the Gurkhas after spending three months in Nepal.
Lt Ben Atkinson received a 10-week course and taught local culture to become a member of the unique unit of the British army.
The 26-year-old son of Atkinson, 64, and makeup artist Sunetra Sastry, 62, will have to learn Nepalese in his new role as a Gurkha officer.
The similar son of Rowan Atkinson, Lt Ben Atkinson (right), joined the Gurkhas after three months in Nepal
Lt Ben Atkinson received a 10-week course and taught local culture to become a member of the unique unit of the British Army
The Gurjha Brigade Association newsletter hinted that he plans to charm charming local women and says: & Atkinson understood the language remarkably quickly.
& # 39; This can be attributed to his language experience, who has previously studied both Arabic and Spanish, or to his urgent need to help local Nepalese & # 39; learn chat-up & # 39; lines. & # 39;
The letter quoted in The sun, added: & # 39; Learning Nepalese dance moves was a personal priority and Lt Atkinson was quick to create an impressive & # 39; uthyo basyo & # 39; (an up-down fast squat dance move). & # 39;
Comedian Rowan Atkinson pictured with ex-wife, Sunetra Sastry in 2005
Lt Ben Atkinson is the son of Rowan Atkinson (photo) and his first wife, makeup artist Sunetra Sastry, 62
Exeter University graduate Lt Atkinson, whose actor father is worth around £ 90 million, provided an honor guard for Emmanuel Macron and Theresa May in Sandhurst last year.
His father played Edmund Blackadder in all four series of the comedy – which was ranked second in a BBC poll of Britain's largest sitcoms.
The Gurkha & # 39; s are soldiers from the Indian subcontinent and are recruited for the British and Indian army, and UN peacekeeping force and war zones around the world.
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