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  • Full Length Video Released – Recorded By The Princess of Dubai

    Full Length Video Released – Recorded By The Princess of Dubai

    This video has been released as per the instructions of Sheikha Latifa Mohammed Al Maktoum. Her request was the video be made public in the event her safety was compromised. On 26 February 2018 the British NGO, Detained In Dubai, were contacted by a woman claiming to be Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum, the Crown Princess of Dubai and daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates. Upon initial contact, Detained In Dubai undertook rigorous enquiries to confirm the identity of the woman in question and her claims. A British solicitor, David Haigh, contacted various third parties who confirmed the contact to be true and indeed Princess Latifa II. Whilst these enquiries were ongoing and after verification of her indeed being Princess Latifa, regular and lengthly contact between the Princess and Detained In Dubai was maintained.

  • Sheikha Latifa: The Daredevil Royal Who’s Inspiring Us To Be More Adventurous

    One thing Dubai has plenty of, other than malls and restaurants, is adrenaline-inducing activities. From jetskiing and seaplanes to hot air ballooning and theme park rides, the city is jam-packed with white-knuckle adventures popular with tourists and residents alike. And it turns out there’s one royal who particularly makes the most out of an exhilarating sport that’s big in the city.

  • Watch: Dubai royal family princess Sheikha Latifa who jumps out of planes for thrills

    UAE has become a hub for adventure sports in the region, attracting adventurers from all over the world, including members of UAE’s royal families.

  • Skydivers go extra 2.46-mile to celebrate UAE National Day

    While most of us waved a flag or decorated our cars in celebration of the UAE National Day, four UAE residents went that extra mile – or extra 13,000 feet (2.46 miles) to be precise – to pay tribute to the country on its 44th anniversary.

  • UK Parliament: House of Commons Debate on Sheikha Shamsa

    UK Parliament: House of Commons Debate on Sheikha Shamsa