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Prince Fakhruddin of Egypt

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Subject: Muhammad Ali Dynasty, Farouk of Egypt, Rabat
Collection: 1987 Births, Egyptian Expatriates in France, Egyptian Expatriates in Morocco, Egyptian Princes, Living People, Muhammad Ali Dynasty, People from Rabat
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Prince Fakhruddin of Egypt

Prince Fakhr-Eddin of Egypt was born in Rabat on 25 August 1987, and he is the son of the last King of Egypt and Sudan, Fuad II, by his wife, Fadila (née Dominique-France Picard).

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  • Egyptian Royalty Genealogy - by Christopher Buyers
Egyptian Royal Family

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