Celebrating her very first Bermuda Day holiday, Governor Her Excellency Rena Lalgie is, quite frankly, in disbelief that the island is in the position that it is now, where 450 runners can participate in a half marathon with spectators, after the very brutal past couple of months.
“I really enjoy being here [so far] and am looking forward to the summer and being able to spend more time out and about and meeting more people,” Her Excellency told TNN. “ [So far] I have felt quite welcomed by everyone across the board.”
“Everyone has been really friendly and I have never lived on such a beautiful island and have never seen pink sand before and it’s really pretty,” Sophia, one of Ms. Lalgie’s daughters said.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II also sent her best wishes to the island on its special holiday.
“ On the special occasion of your Bermuda Day, I would like to offer to Premier Burt my congratulations, together with my best wishes to the people of Bermuda,” Her Majesty wrote.
“ After what has been a difficult year, I hope we may look forward to overcoming global health challenges and to better times in the future.”
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