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Queen Fawzia Fuad

Queen Fawzia Fuad

Queen Fawzia Fuad of Egypt, sometimes known as Fawzia Chirine; was an Egyptian princess who married Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and became Queen of Iran.

Princess Fawzia of Egypt’s early childhood sounds like something out of a dream. She grew up in the idyllic settings of the Ras el-Tin Palace in Alexandria, immensely adored and mollycoddled; with movie star good looks that saw her likened to renowned beauties of the time Hedy Lamarr and Vivien Leigh. Cecil Beaton, called her “Asian Venus,” for her immaculately immense beauty.

Queen Fawzia Fuad Ethnicity and Marriage:

Queen Fawzia Fuad Ethnicity and Marriage
Queen Fawzia Fuad Ethnicity and Marriage

Fawzia was born as the eldest daughter of Sultan Fuad I of Egypt and Sudan and his second wife; Nazli Sabri. She had mixed Egyptian and Albanian ancestry, dark hair, and blue eyes, and she went to school in Switzerland. She was of mixed Egyptian and Albanian descent. Where she became fluent in three languages – Arabic, English, and French.

Especially In 1939, she was married to the Iranian Crown Prince as a political bargain; that consolidated Egyptian power and influence in the Middle East. While associating the new Iranian regime with the considerably more prestigious Egyptian royal family; lending respectability to the new Iranian authority.

Although The Shah’s numerous attempts to persuade Fawzia’s brother; King Farouk, to approve a match were unsuccessful. In truth, he only agreed to the match after being pressured by his advisers. Who saw it as a way to strengthen Egypt’s standing in the region.

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Especially Princess Shahnaz Pahlavi withdrew from royal life after the birth of her daughter. He Refused to speak in any language other than French; and growing increasingly antagonistic to Iran and the Iranian way of life. She began attending a doctor in the United States, who diagnosed her with acute depression

Moreover Queen Fawzia Fuad brother persuaded her to return to Egypt; and three years later, in 1948, she was granted a divorce. She married Colonel Ismail Chirine, an Egyptian aristocracy, less than a year later, in 1949.

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