Rihanna Slays In Plunging White Mini Dress & Blazer As She Accepts National Hero Award In Barbados

National hero Rihanna shocked in a white mini costume and blazer at a ceremony for her National Hero Award in Barbados.

Rihanna shocked in a white mini costume and blazer as she acquired an insignia for her National Hero Award in her native Barbados on Tuesday, Nov. 30. The singer and entrepreneur, 33, was named Barbados’ eleventh nationwide hero by Prime Minister Mia Mottley, concurrently breaking obstacles as she turned the second lady to obtain the glory.

Rihanna attends one other ceremony for her National Hero Award in Barbados on November 30, 2021 (BACKGRID)

The ceremony at Golden Square Freedom Park in Bridgetown was a part of Barbados celebrating chopping ties with the United Kingdom, eradicating Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and changing into a republic. With practically 400 years of British rule within the rearview, Rihanna, born Robyn Rihanna Fenty in Saint Michael, Barbados previous to her transfer to the U.S., was honored by the republic and new President Sandra Mason on Monday, Nov. 29.

Prime Minister Mottley delivered apt remarks because the singer acquired her award, incorporating lyrics from her hit music “Diamonds.” She stated on the ceremony, “Ambassador Robyn Rihanna Fenty has given service to Barbados which has been exemplified by visionary and pioneering leadership. May you continue to shine like a diamond and bring honor to your nation.”

In one other ceremony on Tuesday, Rihanna was awarded with a medal and delivered a brief speech to the crowds. “This is a day that I will never, ever forget,” she stated, per USA Today. “It’s also a day that I never saw coming. I have traveled the world and received several awards and recognitions, but nothing, nothing compares to being recognized in the soil that you grew in.”

Rihanna attends one other ceremony for her National Hero Award in Barbados on November 30, 2021 (BACKGRID)

Political leaders and dignitaries, together with Prince Charles, attended the ceremony on Monday. In his speech, the royal, 73, denounced Britain’s legacy of colonialism and slavery inside the republic. “From the darkest days of our past, and the appalling atrocity of slavery, which forever stains our history, the people of this island forged their path with extraordinary fortitude,” he stated, per PEOPLE.

The prince continued, “Emancipation, self-government and independence were your way-points. Freedom, justice and self-determination have been your guides. Your long journey has brought you to this moment, not as your destination, but as a vantage point from which to survey a new horizon.” Queen Elizabeth sent her congratulations to the brand new republic in an Instagram put up shared on Monday.

“On this significant occasion and your assumption of office as the first President of Barbados, I extend my congratulations to you and all Barbadians,” the put up learn. “I first visited your beautiful country on the eve of independence in early 1966, and I am very pleased that my son is with you today. Since then, the people of Barbados have held a special place in my heart.”

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