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Princess Lalla Joumala Alaoui

HH Princess Lalla
Joumala Alaoui
Morocco Ambassador to United Kingdom
Incumbent
Assumed office
21 January 2009
Preceded by Mohammed Belmahi
Personal details
Born Sahibat Sumuw al-Amira
1962
Rabat, Morocco
Nationality Moroccan
Spouse(s) Muhammad Reza Nouri Esfandiari
Children Lalla Nezha Esfandiari
Residence London
Alma mater Oriental Institute, Oxford
Occupation Diplomat
Religion Islam
Website Moroccan Embassy in London
Moroccan Royal Family


HH Princess Lalla Latifa


HRH Princess Lalla Lamia


HRH Princess Lalla Malika


Princess Lalla Joumala Alaoui (born 1962, Rabat) is a Moroccan diplomat and the current Ambassador of Morocco to the United Kingdom.[1][2][3][4]

Early life

Princess Joumala Alaoui was educated at the NGOs.[4]

For a brief period in 1999-2000, she was diplomatic Attaché at the Moroccan Embassy to United Nations.[4]

Family

She is the paternal cousin of King Mohammed VI; daughter of Prince Moulay Ali Alaoui (a cousin of King Mohammed V) and Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra, the elder half-sister of King Hassan II.[3]

She is married to Iranian businessman Muhammad Reza Nouri Esfandiari (a relative of Princess Soraya, ex-Queen of Iran) and mother of two children.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Charles and Camilla welcomed with milk in Morocco". The Telegraph. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 
  2. ^ Mohamed RIAL (2009-11-16). "Chrifa Lalla Joumala Alaoui, ambassadrice du Maroc, tient une réunion de travail au stand marocain". L'Opinion. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c "The Alawi Dynasty GENEALOGY". RoyalArk. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d M Sehimi (26 March 2009). "Lalla Joumala, une Princesse dans le vent". MarocHebdo. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 

External links

  • Embassy of Morocco to The Court of Saint James’s
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