Laila Ali Abdulla

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Laila Ali Abdulla
ލައިލާ އަލީ އަބްދުالله
3rd First Lady of the Maldives
In office
11 November 2008 – 7 February 2012
Preceded by Nasreena Ibrahim
Succeeded by Ilham Hussain
Personal details
Born Malé, Maldives
Spouse(s) Mohamed Nasheed
(President: 2008–2012)
Children two daughters
Residence Muliaage (official)
Yaagoothu ge' (private)
Occupation WHO, United Nations

Laila Ali Abdulla (Dhivehi: ލައިލާ އަލީ އަބްދުالله) is a Maldivian activist and First Lady of the Maldives from 11 November 2008 until 7 February 2012. She is the wife of the fourth president of the second Republic of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed and mother of two girls Meera Laila Nasheed & Zaaya Laila Nasheed.[1]