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    فوزیه ، فوزية بنت فؤاد

    Fawzia Shirin, (b. Nov, 5, 1921) was first wife of Mohammad Reza Shah from Egypt from a Turkish mother named Nazli Sabri. She is currently Fawzia Shirin, having remarried in 1949 and having lost her royal titles after the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, although she is referred to as princess out of courtesy. She is the most senior member of the deposed Muhammad Ali Dynasty residing in Egypt. Fouziye married Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (1919-1980), the Crown Prince of Iran, in Cairo, on Mar, 16, 1939; Reza Shah who was actually born in a stable, planned to gain some royal legitimacy for his son.The wedding ceremonies were repeated in Tehran. Two years later, the crown prince succeeded his exiled father and was to become the Shah of Iran. After the birth of the couple’s only child, Shahnaz Pahlavi, Fouziye got a divorce in Egypt in 1945. This divorce was not recognized by Iran until 1948 with the condition that her daughter be left behind to be raised in Iran.

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