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Entertainment Elizabeth II represented by Prince Charles in Barbados where she is no longer the queen

20:45  30 november  2021
20:45  30 november  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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Prince Charles attended, this Monday night in Bridgetown, at the ceremony by which the island of Barbados, on which reigned up to So his mother Queen Elizabeth II, became a republic.

Le prince Charles lors de la cérémonie d’investiture présidentielle de à Bridgetown, le 29 novembre 2021 © Jonathan Brady / Pool via Reuters Prince Charles at the Presidential Investiture Ceremony of in Bridgetown, November 29, 2021

It was not really goodbye. Rather a goodbye. This Monday, November 29, 2021 at midnight, Sandra Mason took an oath, becoming the first president of Barbados. If this former British colony of the Lesser Antilles has been independent since 1966, she had hitherto kept as sovereign Queen Elizabeth II . Which is not completely fading from the future of this paradise island of the Caribbean because it remains in the Commonwealth. And this intergovernmental organization of 54 states has at its head ... Queen Elizabeth II.

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The monarch, aged 95 and also currently at rest by his doctors, did not, of course, steeped for Barbados to attend this event . She has delegated her eldest son and heir Prince Charles, while sending an official message to the new president - that was the Governor General of the island, before his election last October- and the people of Barbados, congratulating them. "I visited your beautiful country for the first time on the eve of independence at the beginning of 1966, and I am very happy that my son be with you today. Since then, the people of Barbados have occupied a special place in my heart; It is a country rightly proud of its vibrant culture, sports prowess and natural beauty, which attracts visitors from around the world, many of whom in the United Kingdom, "she said.

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Recalling the partnership knotted until then, "based on common values, shared prosperity and close collaboration on a wide range of issues, including recent work on climate change", the Queen Elizabeth II expressed his great satisfaction to see Barbados remain an active participant in the Commonwealth and wished that friendship between the two countries and their peoples continues. "As you celebrate this memorable day, I send you, as well as to all the Barbadians, my most sincere wishes for your happiness, your peace and your prosperity in the future," she concluded.

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photos at the presidential investiture ceremony, the royal standard was lowered and the presidential flag hoisted. The Prince of Wales delivered a speech, in which he said he always considered himself as a "friend of Barbados". President Sandra Mason decorated him with the Order of Barbados's freedom, the highest distinction of the country, while singer Rihanna, more illustrious child of the island, was devoted "national heroin" .

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