The 7 Wives of Middle Eastern Rulers: What They Look Like and Who They Are

Middle Eastern women need not be entirely religious. There are many who are just not intellectually skilled but are stylish and also globally active.

Check out some of the globally popular middle eastern rulers wives who will impress you with their striking appearances and style quotient.

Rania Al-Abdullah

The wife of King Abdullah II, this queen of Jordon is the mother of the heir to the throne, Hussein. She fights for the women’s right in the middle east. Known to favor western attires, she is also a popular Instagram user. Her favorite designer is Giorgio Armani.


Ameera Al-Taweel

Graduated from the USA, this Saudi Arabian princess always speaks out in favor to reform her country. She heads a charitable fund “Alwaleed Philanthropies.” She is one among the few women in Saudi who drives a car. She even divorced her husband.



Deena Abdulaziz al Saud

Known as the most stylish princess of the Islamic world. A chief editor of Vogue Arabia, she has fashion boutiques in the capitals of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. She is also the mother of three kids.


Moza bint Nasser

She is the head of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Social Development and a UNESCO ambassador. She is the wife of former Emir of Qatar and the mother of the country’s new ruler. Her dream is to turn Qatar into a competitor to Silicon Valley.

Haya bint Hussein

Sister of the current King of Jordan, and wife of the current ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. A graduate of Oxford and also a UN Peace Ambassador.


Lalla Salma

She is the first wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and also holds a degree in information systems engineering. She is the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to publicly reveal what she looks like.



Maitha bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

The daughter of the ruler of Dubai- Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, she has made an impressive achievement in the field of sports. She’s the captain of the UEA’s national karate team.

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