20+ Stunning Pictures Of Lamia Al-Solh, The Lebanese Princess Of Morocco


Princess Lamia Al-Solh was the first Lebanese to marry into the Moroccan royal family.

This Lebanese princess of Morocco is one of 5 daughters of Lebanon’s first prime minister, the late Riad Al-Solh.

In 1961, she married Prince Moulay Abdellah of Morocco and became the first woman outside the Moroccan Alawite Dynasty to gain the title of princess.

Here are both some old and recent pictures of the royal Lebanese, whose story is quite an interesting tale.

With her firstborn

Enjoying precious moments of a grandmother

With her late husband’s nephew, the youngest son of the late King Hassan II

Humbly traveling with the public on the tramway

At Princeton University with her son Prince Hicham for his Freshman year (1981)

At the Ph.D. graduation of her son Prince Hicham

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20+ Stunning Pictures Of Lamia Al-Solh, The Lebanese Princess Of Morocco

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