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Prince Moulay Ismail of Morocco

Prince Moulay Ismail of Morocco
Spouse Anissa Lehmuhl (m. 2009)
Issue Moulay Abdallah
Lalla Aisha
Lalla Hala
Father Prince Moulay Abdallah
Mother Lalla Lamia Solh
Born (1981-05-07) 7 May 1981
Beirut, Lebanon
Religion Sunni Islam
Moroccan Royal Family


HH Princess Lalla Latifa


HRH Princess Lalla Lamia


HRH Princess Lalla Malika


Prince Moulay Ismail of Morocco (born 7 May 1981) is the son of Prince Moulay Abdallah and Lalla Lamia Solh. His mother is daughter of Riad as-Solh, the first Prime minister of Lebanon. The Prince has one older brother, Prince Moulay Hicham.

On 25 September 2009, he married Anissa Lehmkuhl,[1] the daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Omar Lehmkuhl and his wife, Amina (German citizens converted to Islamic faith).[2] They had issue, one son and one daughter:

  • Sharif Moulay Abdallah, born at Rabat on 17 June 2010,
  • Sharifa Lalla Aisha, born at Rabat on 9 October 2011,
  • Sharifa Lalla Hala, born at Rabat on 17 November 2013.

Business

Prince Ismail owns Theora holding, which has a 35% stake[3] in the now-defunct KIA Maroc (exclusive dealer of KIA cars in Morocco)[4] and also co-owns a number of food & restaurants franchises such as Pizza Del Arte (subsidiary of Groupe Le Duff).

Patronages

  • Honorary President of the Hand in Hand Association.

References

  1. ^ Royal Ark
  2. ^ "SM le Roi préside à Rabat la cérémonie de conclusion de l'acte de mariage de SA le Prince Moulay Ismail" (in French). 
  3. ^ "Amine Belkhouya, gérant de Kia Maroc, le jour où tout a basculé". 24 April 2014. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  4. ^ "Kia Motors Maroc Belkhouya sous les verrous". 21 April 2014. Archived from the original on 15 June 2014. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
Royal titles
Preceded by
Prince Moulay Hicham
Line of succession to the Moroccan Throne Next:
Moulay Abdallah ben Ali Alaoui
as Moulay Abdallah ben Ali Alaoui
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