Farouk I in military uniform (1946)
Fawzia in the 1940s
Joseph Anthelme Sève, alias Suleiman Pasha, in later life.
Official birthday picture
Portrait by Philip de László, 1929
Princess Fawzia with Ismail Chirine
Tomb of Suleiman Pasha el-Faransawi, Old Cairo, Egypt
Queen Fawzia with Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlevi and their daughter, Princess Shahnaz in Tehran during the Second World War.
The Statue of Suleiman Pasha
King Farouk Seven-Piece Empire Bedroom Suite crafted by the Parisian ébéniste, Antoine Krieger
The wedding ceremony of Princess Fawzia and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. From left to right: King Farouk of Egypt (the bride's brother), Princess Fawzia (the bride) and the Crown Prince of Iran (the groom).
Farouk I with his wife Narriman and their son Fuad II in exile in Capri, Italy (1953)
Commemoration Medallion of Marriage of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and Princess Fawzia of Egypt – March 1939 – The medallion is now in Sahebgharanie palace in Niavaran Palace complex.
King Farouk I Tomb in Refaii mosque, Cairo, Egypt
Farouk I with his wife Queen Farida and their first-born daughter Farial (c. 1939)

Princess Fawzia was born Her Sultanic Highness Princess Fawzia bint Fuad at Ras el-Tin Palace, Alexandria, the eldest daughter of Sultan Fuad I of Egypt and Sudan (later King Fuad I), and his second wife, Nazli Sabri on 5 November 1921.

- Fawzia Fuad of Egypt

She was also a great-granddaughter of the French-born officer Suleiman Pasha.

- Nazli Sabri

His sister, Princess Fawzia Fuad, was the first wife and consort of the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

- Farouk of Egypt

He was born as His Sultanic Highness Farouk bin Fuad, Hereditary Prince of Egypt and Sudan, on 11 February 1920 (Jumada al-Awwal 21, 1338 A.H.) at Abdeen Palace, Cairo, the eldest child of Sultan Fuad I (later King Fuad I) and his second wife, Nazli Sabri.

- Farouk of Egypt

In addition to her sisters, Faiza, Faika and Fathia, and her brother, Farouk, she had two half-siblings from her father's previous marriage to Princess Shwikar Khanum Effendi.

- Fawzia Fuad of Egypt

Nazli's granddaughter was Queen Nazli, wife of King Fuad, and mother of King Farouk.

- Soliman Pasha al-Faransawi

She then had four daughters: Fawzia, Faiza, Faika, and Fathia.

- Nazli Sabri

Following the death of King Fuad in 1936, her son Farouk became the new King of Egypt, and she became the Queen Mother.

- Nazli Sabri

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Fuad I of Egypt

The Sultan and later King of Egypt and the Sudan.

King Fuad with Mohamed Mahmoud Pasha and other ministers outside of Mahatet ar-Raml in Alexandria.
King Fuad I of Egypt on the 9th cover of Time Magazine (April 28, 1923).

She was Nazli Sabri (1894–1978), daughter of Abdu'r-Rahim Pasha Sabri, sometime Minister of Agriculture and Governor of Cairo, by his wife, Tawfika Khanum Sharif.

Queen Nazli also was a maternal granddaughter of Major-General Muhammad Sharif Pasha, sometime Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, and a great-granddaughter of Suleiman Pasha, a French officer in Napoleon's army who converted to Islam and reorganized the Egyptian army.

The couple had five children, the future King Farouk, and four daughters, the Princesses Fawzia (who became Queen Consort of Iran), Faiza, Faika, and Fathia.

Princess Faiza of Egypt

Egyptian princess and a member of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty.

Map of Egypt under Muhammad Ali's dynasty

She was the third child of King Fuad I and Nazli Sabri.

Princess Faiza was the sister of King Farouk, Princess Fawzia, Princess Faika and Princess Fathia.

Princess Faika of Egypt

Egyptian royal and a member of the Muhammad Ali Dynasty.

Princess Faika (right) as a child

She was one of the daughters of King Fuad I and Nazli Sabri and the sister of King Farouk, Princess Fawzia, Princess Faiza and Princess Fathia.

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

The last Shah (King/Sultan) of the Imperial State of Iran from 16 September 1941 until his overthrow in the Iranian Revolution on 11 February 1979.

Official portrait, 1973
Mohammad Reza in 1930
Crown Prince Mohammad Reza in 1939
Mohammad Reza with his twin sister, Ashraf, in the 1940s
The Iranian and Egyptian imperial families after a wedding in Saadabad Palace, Tehran, 25 April 1939
Mohammad Reza entering Madrasa Nezam, a military school in Tehran, 1938
A young Mohammad Reza with Abdolhossein Teymourtash at the Institut Le Rosey in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1932
Photograph of the wedding ceremony of Crown Prince Mohammad Reza (right) and Princess Fawzia of Egypt at Abdeen Palace in Cairo, 1939
Pahlavi meeting with American president Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Tehran Conference (1943), two years after his father's forced abdication during the Anglo-Soviet invasion of Iran
Pahlavi (centre), pictured to the right of Joseph Stalin at the Tehran Conference
The inauguration of Mohammad Reza as Shah of Iran, 17 September 1941
Mohammad Ali Foroughi (left) with Mohammad Reza Shah
Crown Prince Mohammad Reza with his father, Reza Shah, September 1941
Picture of Mohammad Reza in hospital after the failed assassination attempt, 1949
Pahlavi with U.S. President Truman in Washington, November 1949
The Shah's firman naming General Fazlollah Zahedi the new prime minister. Coup operatives made copies of the document and circulated it around Tehran to help regenerate momentum following the collapse of the original plan.
Mohammad Reza with his friend and advisor, Ernest Perron (left), 1950s
Formal portrait of the young Shah in full military dress, c. 1949
Pro Shah demonstration, 1954
The Shah lighting a cigarette for his wife Soraya, 1950s
The Shah visiting New York, 1960s
The Shah speaks about the principles of his White Revolution, 1963
Wedding of the Shah with Farah Diba on 20 December 1959
The Shah and his wife, Farah, after the birth of their son, Reza, in a public hospital in Tehran, 1960
An anti-Shah demonstration in Germany, 1968
The arrival of Shah Mohammad Reza, Shahbanu Farah and Crown Prince Reza in Pasargadae, in front of Cyrus' tomb, 12 October 1971
The Shah visiting the Kharg Petrochemical Complex, 1970
Mohammad Reza, U.S. President John F. Kennedy, and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in the White House Cabinet Room, 1962
The Pahlavis meeting with general secretary Leonid Brezhnev in Moscow, 1970
The Shah and his wife visited Espoo, Finland in June 1970. President Urho Kekkonen next to the Shah.
The Shah with his wife Farah meets Indira Gandhi in India, 1970
Mohammad Reza speaks with Richard Nixon in the Oval Office, 1973
The Shah meeting Algerian President Houari Boumediène and Iraqi Vice President Saddam Hussein in Algiers in order to sign the 1975 Algiers Agreement
Mohammad Reza and Gerald Ford on the South Lawn, 1975
Mohammad Reza shakes hands with members of OPEC in a landmark session in Tehran, 1970
After opening the Micro-wave station, the Shah visits its different departments, 1970
The Shah greeting the people – advertising his White Revolution as a step towards modernisation, photograph from 1963
Lunar astronaut Neil Armstrong meeting the Shah of Iran during visit of Apollo 11 astronauts to Tehran on 28–31 October 1969
Mohammad Reza at a press conference in Niavaran Palace, 24 January 1971
Iranian newspaper clip from 1968, reading: "A quarter of Iran's nuclear energy scientists are women", a marked change in women's rights.
Tehran on 31 December 1977: Mohammad Reza and Farah with New Year's guests King Hussein and President Carter
Mohammad Reza Shah toasting with U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Niavaran Palace, 31 December 1977
Supporters of the revolution remove a statue of the Shah in Tehran University, 1978
Shah Mohammad Reza and Shahbanu Farah shortly before leaving Iran in Mehrabad Airport, 1979.
Ettela'at newspaper in the hand of a revolutionary when Mohammad Reza and his family left Iran on 16 January 1979: "The Shah is Gone".
The Shah of Iran meets the clergy in the 1970s.
The Shah addressing the Iranian Senate, 1975
The Shah and the cabinet of Prime Minister Hassan Ali Mansur, Niavaran Palace, 1964
The Shah and Henry Boniet in Cuernavaca, Mexico, in 1979
The interior of Mohammad Reza's tomb in Cairo's Al Rifa'i Mosque
Mohammad Reza during his Hajj pilgrimage in the 1970s
The newly crowned Shah with his Pahlavi Crown
The Shah of Persia, body by Carrozzeria Touring
The Imperial family at the Niavaran Palace yard, 1970s

Dilawar Princess Fawzia of Egypt (5 November 1921 – 2 July 2013), a daughter of King Fuad I of Egypt and Nazli Sabri, was a sister of King Farouk I of Egypt.

Muhammad Ali dynasty

The ruling dynasty of Egypt and Sudan from the 19th to the mid-20th century.

Map of Egypt under Muhammad Ali's dynasty
Khedive Isma'il
King Farouk I

Farouk (28 April 1936 – 26 July 1952)

Princess Fawzia Fuad

Nazli Sabri

Cairo

Capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Arab world.

Remains of a circular Roman tower at the Babylon Fortress (late 3rd century) in Old Cairo
Excavated ruins of Fustat (2004 photo)
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, built by Ahmad Ibn Tulun in 876–879 AD
A plan of Cairo before 1200 AD, as reconstructed by Stanley Lane-Poole (1906), showing the location of Fatimid structures, Saladin's Citadel, and earlier sites (Fustat not shown)
The Cairo Citadel, seen above in the late 19th century, was begun by Saladin in 1176
Mausoleum-Madrasa-Hospital complex of Sultan Qalawun, built in 1284–1285 in the center of Cairo, over the remains of a Fatimid palace
Funerary complex of Sultan Qaytbay, built in 1470–1474 in the Northern Cemetery (seen in lithograph from 1848)
Map of Cairo in 1809, from the Description de l'Égypte.
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933). On the Way between Old and New Cairo, Citadel Mosque of Mohammed Ali, and Tombs of the Mamelukes, 1872. Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum
Qasr El Nil Bridge
Aerial view 1904 from a balloon where the Egyptian Museum appears to the right side.
A panoramic view of Cairo, 1950s
Everyday life in Cairo, 1950s
A protester holding an Egyptian flag during the protests that started on 25 January 2011.
The river Nile flows through Cairo, here contrasting ancient customs of daily life with the modern city of today.
Aerial view looking south, with the Zamalek and Gezira districts on Gezira Island, surrounded by the Nile
Cairo seen from Spot Satellite
Cairo weather observations by French savants
View of the 6th October Bridge and the Cairo skyline.
Cairo University is the largest university in Egypt, and is located in Giza.
Library building at the new campus of the American University of Cairo in New Cairo
The interior of Ramses Station
The Autostrade in Nasr City
Cairo International Stadium with 75,100 seats
Cairo Opera House, at the National Cultural Center, Zamalek district.
Khedivial Opera House, 1869.
Solomon Schechter studying documents from the Cairo Geniza, c. 1895.
Statue of Talaat Pasha Harb, the father of the modern Egyptian economy, in Downtown Cairo
The NBE towers as viewed from the Nile
View of Tahrir Square (in 2008)
Main entrance of the Egyptian Museum, located at Tahrir Square
Cairo Tower at night
The Hanging Church in Old Cairo
Al-Muizz Street in Islamic Cairo
Al-Azhar Mosque, view of Fatimid-era courtyard and Mamluk minarets
Mosque-Madrasa of Sultan Hassan and the al-Rifa'i Mosque, seen from the Citadel
The Citadel of Cairo, with the Mosque of Muhammad Ali
A medieval gateway in Khan al-Khalili
Smog in Cairo
Traffic in Cairo
View of the Nile and the Cairo skyline.
6th October Bridge in Cairo
Cairo International Stadium with 75,100 seats
View of Tahrir Square (in 2020)
Smog in Cairo
Traffic in Cairo

Minor amendments were made later in 1924 and in 1936 - the "Faruq edition" in honour of then ruler, King Faruq.

Ismail Chirine

Egyptian royal diplomat.

With wife Princess Fawzia

Then he acted as aide-de-champ of King Farouk.

Chirine married Princess Fawzia, the sister of King Farouk, in March 1949, five months after the Princess's divorce from the Shah of Iran.

Circassians in Egypt

The Circassians in Egypt (الشركس في مصر) are people of Egypt with Circassian origin.

Faruk I – King of Egypt (1936–1952) and King of the Sudan (1951–1952)

Fawzia Fuad – Empress consort of Iran (1941–1948)

Shahnaz Pahlavi

Princess Shahnaz in 1967
Princess Shahnaz with her parents in Tehran during the Second World War. Photo by Cecil Beaton
Coronation of the Shah of Iran in 1967 – Princess Shahnaz (second from left)

Shahnaz Pahlavi (, born 27 October 1940) is the first child of the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, and his first wife, Princess Fawzia of Egypt.

Her maternal grandparents were King Fuad I and Queen Nazli of Egypt; and her paternal grandparents were Reza Shah and Queen Tadj ol-Molouk of Iran.

She is also the niece of King Farouk I of Egypt and thus a cousin of the last Egyptian king, Fuad II.

Farida of Egypt

Princess Ferial with King Farouk and Queen Farida, c. 1940.

Farida, born Safinaz Zulficar (5 September 1921 – 16 October 1988) (Arabic: صافيناز ذوالفقار), was the queen of Egypt for nearly eleven years as the first wife of King Farouk.

Her mother, Zainab Sa'id, was a lady-in-waiting of Queen Nazli Sabri.