PM Roosevelt Skerrit meets mother-in-law and wife of St Vincent’s PM in Dominica

Prime Minister Skerrit informed about his visit with Mrs Harris through his Facebook Post. He stated," This morning, I had a lovely visit with 93-year-old Mrs Ursula Harris, the mother in law of St. Vincent Prime Minister, Dr Ralph Gonsalves".

PM Skerrit welcomes St Vincent's family in Dominica
PM Skerrit welcomes St Vincent's family in Dominica

Roseau, Dominica: Prime Minister of Commonwealth of Dominica Dr. Roosevelt Skerrit met with 93-year-old Ursula Harris, the mother in law of St Vincent Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, during her visit on Friday, March 18, 2022, in the country.

Prime Minister Skerrit informed about his visit with Mrs Harris through his Facebook Post. He stated,” This morning, I had a lovely visit with 93-year-old Mrs Ursula Harris, the mother in law of St. Vincent Prime Minister, Dr Ralph Gonsalves”. 

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For meeting with Prime Minister Skerrit, the daughter of Ursula Harris, named Eloise Harris-Gonsalves, accompanied her in the visit. Elosie harris is the wife of the Prime Minister of St Vincent Gonslaves. 

PM Skerrit noted,” She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs Eloise Harris-Gonsalves, the wife of the Vincentian Prime Minister”. 

PM Skerrit with Mrs Ursula Harris in Dominica
PM Skerrit with Mrs Ursula Harris in Dominica

PM Skerrit further welcomed the two ladies in Dominica as both the ladies were residents of the country. He welcomed the ladies at their home residence. 

Prime Minister also wished the ladies a wonderful stay on the Nature Isle and also wanted to have a great time in the country. 

PM of Dominica affirmed, “I welcomed the two ladies home to Dominica and wished them a wonderful stay on the Nature Isle“. 

He also added that Ursula Harris had secured the prestigious titles in Dominica. She received the Miss Dominica title in 1948.  

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“Fun Fact: Mrs Ursula Harris was the first Miss Dominica. She won the prestigious title in 1948”, underscored PM Skerrit. 

Dominica was known as a colony at that time, and Ursula remembers with some amusement that her gift as queen and that night was a necklace of artificial pearls. 

After getting a lot of appreciation, one of the residents named, Jeanette McDowell expressed, “We admire seniors who are happily satisfied with life. They love, they share, and they grow old with gratitude. They are satisfied with whatever comes to them and deal with it rationally. They present as happy, loving, kind people who can’t wait for tomorrow to live life. May we emulate their attitude and vivacity”. 

Another resident named Edgar Hunter noted, “At 93, Ms Harris is still Queening. May the Good Lord continue to bless she and her daughter with more life and great health”.