Published: Mon, July 01, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Dubai’s Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein Flees UAE With Money, Kids

Dubai’s Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein Flees UAE With Money, Kids

The mother of two's whereabouts is unknown with the German and UAE authorities refusing to make any comment.

Meanwhile, Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy, Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General of Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau, said, "Expo 2020 Dubai cements Dubai's fundamental role in shaping the future through advancing international cooperation in supporting the development and creating sustainable solutions for future challenges."She added, "Dubai represents a global hub for connecting minds and exchanging ideas and knowledge, eventually becoming a major destination for megaevents".

Husband Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, one of the world's richest men as well as being Dubai's leader, has angrily denounced his wife's "treachery and betrayal", according to the Daily Beast website, which also suggested she would like to move the United Kingdom, ideally London.

Sheikh Mohammed, 69, is vice-president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, as well as the leader of the Emirate of Dubai.

The Daily Beast reports that her asylum application has been accepted and that German security officials are protecting her.

A spokesperson for Ms Robinson last night reiterated that she would be "respecting Princess Haya's privacy in what is a private matter".

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His wife is a renowned and accomplished show jumper who often accompanied him during the competition.

It is not clear yet why she fled.

Princess Latifa, the Sheikh's 33-year-old daughter, fled the UAE last year seeking asylum, accusing her father of abuse. But is has been revealed she has taken 31million pounds with her. The Princess has requested asylum and filed the divorce papers.

Ms Stirling said: "Princess Haya was put in a position late a year ago of helping Sheikh Mohammed gloss over global concerns about the well-being of Princess Latifa after her capture, and subsequent disappearance".

Human rights campaigners have previously claimed she has been held against her will in Dubai, but the UAE later posted pictures of the princess to disprove "false allegations". She tried to run away due to abuse.

'Princess Latifa's life is at stake.

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