Lalla Fatima Zohra

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Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra of Morocco
Alaouite dynasty princess
Born 29 June 1929
Rabat, Morocco
Died 10 August 2014(2014-08-10) (aged 85)
Cabo Negro, M'diq, Morocco[1]
Burial Moulay El Hassan Mausoleum
Spouse Moulay Ali Alaoui (1961-1988)
Issue Sharifa Lalla Joumala
Sharif Moulay Abdallah
Sharif Moulay Youssef
Full name
Lalla Fatima Zohra
House Alaouite dynasty
Father Mohammed V
Mother Lalla Hanila bint Mamoun
Religion Islam

Lalla Fatima Zohra (29 June 1929 – 10 August 2014) was the eldest daughter of Mohammed V of Morocco and his first wife, Lalla Hanila bint Mamoun.[2] On 16 August 1961 (in a triple ceremony with her sisters, Aisha and Malika)[3] she was married at the Dar al-Makhzin in Rabat to her cousin, Prince Moulay Ali Alaoui (1924–1988), ambassador of Morocco to France (1964–1966).[4] She has two sons and one daughter: Sharif Moulay Abdallah (born c. 1965), Sharif Moulay Youssef (born c. 1969) and Sharifa Lalla Joumala (born 1962),[5] ambassador of Morocco to the United Kingdom since 2009.[6]

Patronages[edit]

  • National Union of Moroccan Women [UNFM] (1969–2003).[7]

Honours[edit]

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Foreign honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Décès de la princesse Lalla Fatima Zohra, tante du Roi Mohammed VI". 10 August 2014. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  2. ^ zeyna.skyrock.com
  3. ^ Royal Ark
  4. ^ International Business Publications, Morocco Foreign Policy and Government Guide p. 84
  5. ^ Royal Ark
  6. ^ N. Jouhari, MarocHebdo, 07 - 11 - 2008
  7. ^ National Union of Moroccan Women
  8. ^ Royal Ark
  9. ^ Magress