Rihanna appeared at the ceremony where the island country of the Caribbean Barbados declared its independence from the United Kingdom and declared a republic. ’11th. The famous singer, who was declared a ‘National Hero‘, received the ‘National Hero‘ medal from the first President of the country, Dame Sandra Mason, as part of the ongoing ceremonies in the country.
Rihanna received the title of “National Hero” in Barbados, which declared its independence and republic from Great Britain. While the celebrations continued in the country that left Elizabeth’s rule, Rihanna attended the ceremony, which was also attended by Prince Charles. With the ceremony in which the Republic was declared, Barbados thus ceased to see the Queen of England Elizabeth II as the head of state.
Rihanna was awarded the “National Hero” at the “National Honor Ceremony and Independence Day” held at Golden Square Freedom Park in Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, yesterday. Wearing a white blazer for the ceremony, Rihanna emphasized that she is proud of the title she has.
On the other hand, Rihanna is very proud of this situation.
“It’s a day I will never forget in my life, but also a day I never saw coming,” she said. Rihanna then continued her words like this.
Barbadians are proud people, you know? We are probably the proudest people I know. I will carry this pride wherever I go in the world. No matter where we go, the world will learn that Barbadians are proud to the bone.
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Rihanna received the “National Hero” award from the country’s president, Dame Sandra Mason. In the island country in the Caribbean, 396 years of royal rule came to an end with the official declaration of the republic.
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On the other hand, Rihanna previously spoke to the British Vouge magazine and talked about her future plans. Stating that she will have three or four children even though she cannot find the person she will marry in 10 years, Rihanna said, “Can I do this on my own? Of course yes!” she said.