Ana in Malvinas
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Both the social networks of the Crown and those of the British Government House show the route of a princess who arrived on november 18 to place their wreath at the “Liberation Monument” of the Malvinas Islands, Argentine territory, occupied by the British Empire since 1833.

Princess Anne in the “Monument to the fallen”.

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

These photos were accompanied by the following official text for the morning of November 18: “This morning, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal marked the 40th anniversary of the #Falklands Conflict with a special wreath at the Liberation Monument 1982 at Stanley”.

The deminers and the princess

In addition, he met former deminers. In photos of her, she is seen waving and smiling. “Her Royal Highness Her The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence met with former deminers to recognize her important role in clearing the Falkland Islands of land mines from the Falklands Conflict,” it is officially communicated.

Princess Ana visited the Malvinas Islands and sent a clear message to Argentina for sovereignty

And it was even clarified that after the conflict with Argentina many of these workers decided to make the Malvinas Islands their permanent home.

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

At night, the entertainment

Hours later, the Princess Royal officially opened Falklands College, greeting the children and appreciating their artwork.

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

At night it was the turn of the reception where Ana shared time with people from the community and met the most prominent members of an island that has been dominated and usurped by the United Kingdom for 189 years.

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

Ana in Malvinas

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