Princess Alia Tabba

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Princess Alia Tabba
Princess Alia Tabbaa
Born (1964-09-15) 15 September 1964 (age 52)
Amman, Jordan
Spouse Prince Feisal (m. 1987 - div. 2008)
Issue Princess Ayah bint Al Faisal
Prince Omar bin Al Faisal
Princess Sara bint Al Faisal
Princess Aisha bint Al Faisal
House Hashemite
Father Sayyid Tawfik Al-Tabbaa
Mother Lamia Addem

Princess Alia Tabbaa[1] is the ex-wife of Prince Feisal bin Al Hussein (Married: 9 August 1987 – Divorced: April 2008). Born on the 15 September 1964, in Amman, Jordan.

Daughter of Sayyid Tawfik al-Tabbaa and Lamia Addem. Her father was a very known and respected Jordanian businessman and the founder and president of the Royal Jordanian Airlines.[2]

They have four children together:

She studied at The Ahliyyah School for Girls, in Amman, Jordan during her school years. Attended the University of Sussex, where she studied International Relations.

She is currently the President of the Promise Welfare Society. She is also President of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, and as of 2006 became the president of the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, following Queen Noor of Jordan.

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