Barbuda Council Names Beach in Honor of Princess Diana

The Barbuda Council recently announced that the stretch along the island’s unbroken miles of beach will be named to honor the memory of Princess Diana, who visited this Caribbean island on at least four occasions.

On July 1, which would have been Diana’s 50th birthday, the local council will officially name the shores alongside the former K-Club Hotel to honor the Princess’ legacy and her spirit of humility and sophistication.

Barbuda, the sister island of Antigua, became a sanctuary for the Princess and she seemed to find solace in the beauty of the island and the hospitality of the people.

Also, a charity and commemorative stamp are being considered to honor the humanitarian spirit that defines the life work of Princess Diana.


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