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Prince Harry And Meghan In Fiji: The Flowery Story Worth Telling

Ana Rollston of Ra and Alesi Natui of Nabulini in Wainibuka were overjoyed when they saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Nadi International Airport yesterday. The excitement
26 Oct 2018 12:16
Prince Harry And Meghan In Fiji: The Flowery Story Worth Telling
Alesi Natui and Ana Rollston showing their flower arrangements. Photo: Selita Bolanavanua

Ana Rollston of Ra and Alesi Natui of Nabulini in Wainibuka were overjoyed when they saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Nadi International Airport yesterday.

The excitement was not only because it was the first time they had set eyes on royals, it was also because the royals were on the stage where they had effortlessly filled with beautiful flower arrangements.

“This is one day I’ll never forget,” Ms Rollston said.

“I left my work at the market this morning just to come and have a glimpse of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle and having to see my work on the stage made me happy.

“This will be a story worth telling,” she said.

She added that it was a life time opportunity and “I am so fortunate to be here to see them.

“They look so good in person. We hope to see them again.”

Ms Rollston lives in Solovi Back Road in Nadi and Ms Natui in Lautoka. They were among the hundreds at the Nadi International Airport who witnessed the unveiling of the memorial statue of one of Fiji’s war heroes who was a member of the high profile British Special Air Services (SAS).

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

 



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