Princess Haya arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday – observers claim her case could also shed light on the plight of two missing princesses The High Court battle between Princess Haya and Dubai’s billionaire ruler could unlock the truth about two of his children who vanished and are allegedly imprisoned in his Gulf state. Princess Shamsa was last seen in 2000 after running from a Surrey mansion while Princess Latifa was intercepted in 2018 trying to escape Sheikh Maktoum by fleeing to Goa smuggled in a yacht sailed by a man who once left Dubai in a burka to avoid arrest. Haya, 45, ran from Dubai in May and cited what happened to Shamsa, 38, and Latifa, 33, who are daughters from one of his other six wives. She has now begged a London judge for a forced marriage protection order in relation to their two children. A £4.5billion divorce case is expected to follow, also in London. Latifa’s best friend Tiina Jauhiainen, 41, a glamorous Finnish martial artist, and Marcus Essabri, Sheikh Mohammed’s nephew, have been at the High Court supporting Haya this week – but her estranged husband has stayed away. David Haigh from the Free Latifa Campaign… Read full this story
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