St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister ties the knot in Barbados


The Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, the Honourable (Hon.) Dr. Terrance Drew, exchanged vows with Diani Jimesha Prince in a joyous ceremony held on Saturday, February 10th, on the picturesque CARICOM island of Barbados. Surrounded by their cherished family and loved ones, the couple celebrated their union in a remarkable gathering filled with love and joy.

In an announcement via Facebook in the evening following their nuptials, Prime Minister Drew expressed his gratitude and joy, stating, “It is with a grateful heart that I inform you of my marriage to my wife Mrs. Diani Prince-Drew.”

This is a momentous occasion for the nation as Prime Minister Drew is the Federation’s fourth (4th) Prime Minister and the first to have gotten married during his tenure. A medical doctor by profession, Hon. Dr. Terrance Drew became the Prime Minister of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis on August 5th 2022 after a resounding victory at the polls.

In addition to his pivotal role as Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Terrance Drew carries a substantial portfolio, overseeing the crucial areas of Finance, National Security, Citizenship and Immigration, Health, Human Resource Management, and Social Security. Dr. Drew’s influence extends beyond the borders of his nation; he serves as the Lead Head for Human Resource Development, Health, and HIV/AIDS issues within the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Quasi Cabinet. He also carries the title of Chair of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and Vice-Chair of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) Board of Governors.

The wedding ceremony was officiated by Rev. Fr. David Yarde of the Anglican Diocese of Barbados, adding a spiritual dimension to the union of the Saint Kitts and Nevis’ Prime Minister and Mrs. Prince-Drew.

Mrs. Diani Prince-Drew is the daughter of the distinguished Minister of Health, Wellness, and the Environment in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Hon. St. Clair Jimmy Prince, a longstanding politician and respected member of the government.

Mrs. Prince-Drew is a career diplomat who describes herself on her LinkedIn profile as a “dynamic Vincentian Attorney-at-Law and Diplomat with nearly a decade’s experience in Corporate matters, Criminal Law, Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, International Law, Public Policy, and Sustainable Development.”

In light of this joyous occasion, the Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis extends its warmest congratulations to Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Terrance Drew and Mrs. Diani Prince-Drew. May their union be blessed with happiness, love, and prosperity as they embark on this new chapter of their lives together.

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  1. Congrats to them …It’s such as Shane that if they ever had to describe the prime minister of Antigua,Gaston clown hey they can’t use such illustrious words to describe him.. he’s a crook robbing this country blind. Shame .. the country has not grown .. no water .. high crime .. poor medical system .. high cost of living and a burden to the average man ..
    Red is NOT BREAD

  2. Congrats to the new couple. Both of a professional stature. Their union should be strong. God bless them both. Vinci-Kititian combo. Labour all the way.

    • @Dave Ray:you say,”their union should be strong”.How do you know that? Is it because they are Laborites.Could you tell me the lottery numbers for tonight.I am not a Laborite,been married now for 53 years and living a wonderful,happy,happy life.

  3. @Dave Bray. Different kind of labour. One come with pain and one come with pride. One give extra salary every year, one hardly ever pay on time. One give their citizens yearly dividend on CIP the other can’t even give a proper account for whey we money gone.
    I could go on but hopefully as you can now see, it’s senseless to mention both in the same sentence.

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