|First Lady of Egypt|
30 June 2012 – 3 July 2013
|Preceded by||Suzanne Mubarak|
|Born||Naglaa Ali Mahmoud
4 July 1962
Ain Shams, Egypt
Naglaa Ali Mahmoud (Arabic: نجلاء على محمود, IPA: [ˈnæɡlæ ˈʕæli mæħˈmuːd] or [næɡˈlæːʔ], born 4 July 1962) is the wife and cousin of the fifth President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi and was First Lady from 2012 to 2013. Naglaa rejected the title of First Lady, preferring to be called "First Servant," the "president's wife," or "Umm Ahmed," a traditional name which means mother of Ahmed, her oldest son.
Naglaa married former president of Egypt Mohamed Morsi in 1979 when she was a seventeen year old student. Three days after their marriage, Morsi left for the United States to finish his PhD. One year later, she graduated from high school and went to the US. Their first two children were born there. Naglaa and Morsi have five children and three grandchildren. 
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|First Lady of Egypt