In 1991 there was a huge Biggs reunion in the Falklands, attended by more than 200 people.
"While I consider myself to be British, I am a Falkland Islander first and foremost. I think that's true of most people here - we do have our own identity.
"I believe that it does strengthen our modern-day claim to the islands. My family (among others) has grown with the place - we are as much part of the Falkland Islands as they are part of us," says Leona.