Ali Al-Fayed

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Ali Al-Fayed (born 1944) is an Egyptian businessman and UK citizen. He is Mohamed Al-Fayed's younger brother.

Ali Al-Fayed has interests in Harrods, which he bought in 1985, and the Hôtel Ritz Paris, bought in 1979. Both these businesses were bought with his older brother, Mohamed Al-Fayed.[1] Ali al-Fayed is the youngest of the three brothers, while Salah Al Fayed is the middle brother.

Ali Al-Fayed has a British-born wife and three British children.[2] He was the Deputy-Chairman of Harrods, and had responsibility for running Harrods Aviation, the company's private terminal at London Luton Airport. He also owns Turnbull & Asser, the prestigious London-based tailor used by The Prince of Wales and his sons The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.[3]

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