AFP, Posted on Wednesday 23 June 2021 at 21:48
Princess Latifa, the daughter of Dubai’s sovereign, recently posed as the “hostage” of the royal family and promised to give “(her) the freedom to travel wherever she wants,” the AFP reported on Wednesday. The law firm that claims to represent her.
In February, the British media aired videos in which Sheikh Latifa feared for his life by claiming to be a “hostage”. Dubai is one of the seven presidents of the United Nations, which has sought evidence for the life of a Gulf princess.
Following the airing of these videos, several photos of Princess Latifa were posted on Instagram account. On Monday, a new photo showing her at Madrid’s Barajas airport rekindled speculation about her condition.
“I recently went on vacation to three European countries with a friend. I asked her to post some pictures on the internet to prove to enthusiasts that I can travel anywhere,” said Princess Latifa, according to the company. Attorneys Taylor Wesing.
“I now believe that I can live my life peacefully without being seen by the media. I thank everyone for your concern,” he added.
The London-based “Free Latifah” campaign was delighted in a statement on Monday that “Latifah seems to enjoy a passport, travel and more freedom.”
The 35-year-old daughter of the ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates Mohammed Ben Rachet Al Maktoum tried to escape from the city-state in 2018 by boat.
He was not seen in public from that failed escape attempt.
The AFP could not verify the authenticity, or the date the latest photos were taken by an account named “Shinniprine”. According to the British media, this Instagram account belongs to a woman named Zionat Taylor.
Contacting AFP, officials in Dubai did not respond to a request for comment on the publication of photos of the princess on the Internet.
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