According to several news sources, a German diplomat in the UAE helped Princess Haya escape from Dubai. She applied for asylum in Germany and was initially approved. She currently lives with her two children, Zayied 11 years old and Aljalila 7 years old, in a secret location in London. Live there.
* Princess Haya is 45 years old and studied in Britain in private schools and then joined the prestigious Oxford University, which is the stronghold of future politicians in Britain and abroad. She is the sister of the current Jordanian monarch, Abdullah bin Al Hussein, on the father's side.
Her mother is Queen Alia, Helicopter crash in 1977.
* Haya has been involved in equestrian since an early stage of her life following the death of her mother.
She said in an interview with CNN CNN in 2014 that she was infected because of her enmity and grief over the loss of her mother. Her father, King Hussein, gave her a small horse when she was 6 years old and asked her to take care of her. In 1992, she participated in the 7th Arab Games in Damascus and won the Bronze Award.
She represented Jordan at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and two years later represented her country in the Jumping Contest at the International Equestrian Championships held in Spain.
* Married Haya Mohammed bin Rashid in 2004 and gave birth to two children, and assumed the presidency of the International Equestrian Federation for 8 years until it resigned in 2014.
* She also chaired the Dubai Equestrian Club in the UAE for some time. * She had announced in a video on her front page on the Ingram site in January that she had returned to riding.
** Mohammed bin Rashid owns one of the largest horse farms in Britain and the value of investments in this area several billion pounds of Australasia.
The Daily Telegraph newspaper said that the stables owned by Mohammed bin Rashid in Newmarket, Britain is the largest in the world and employs 1500 people, with 4500 horsepower and the area of the farm attached to the stables ten thousand acres.