Salimah Aga Khan
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|Begum Salimah Aga Khan|
|Begum Aga Khan|
|Born||Sarah Frances Croker-Poole|
28 January 1940
New Delhi, British India
Lord James Charles Crichton-Stuart
(m. 1959; div. 1968)
Aga Khan IV
(m. 1969; div. 1995)
|Issue||Princess Zahra Aga Khan|
Prince Rahim Aga Khan
Prince Hussain Aga Khan
|Father||Lt.-Col. Arthur Edward Croker-Poole|
|Mother||Jean Margaret Watson|
|Religion||Nizari Ismaili Shia Islam|
Princess Salimah Aga Khan (née Sarah Frances Croker-Poole; born 28 January 1940), also known as Begum Salimah Aga Khan, is a former fashion model and an ex-wife of the 49th Ismaili Shia Imam, the IV Aga Khan Prince Karim Aga Khan.
Princess Salimah was born at New Delhi, British India, as Sarah Frances Croker-Poole. She is the daughter of Lt.-Col. Arthur Edward Croker-Poole and his wife, Jean Margaret Watson. She was one of the last generation of debutantes to be presented to the Queen, in 1958. 
She married, firstly, Lord James Charles Crichton-Stuart, son of John Crichton-Stuart, 5th Marquess of Bute and Lady Eileen Beatrice Forbes, on 25 June 1959. She and Lord James Charles Crichton-Stuart were divorced in 1968.
She married, secondly, Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, son of Prince Aly Khan and Hon. Princess Tajuddawlah Aga Khan, in 1969. During her marriage to the Aga Khan, her official name was Her Highness The Begum Aga Khan, although she remained informally known as Sally. Following their divorce in 1995, she kept the title of "Princess" (but losing the style "Highness").
She is now a child-welfare activist and a prominent supporter of the charity SOS Children's Villages, becoming its first International Ambassador.  As part of her welfare activity she has also aided Afghan refugees.
She has also been active in the Aga Khan Development Network.
Salimah Aga Khan has lived in Geneva, Switzerland, since 1969.
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