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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Wife, Net Worth, Yacht and Quick Facts About Him




Who is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman?

Here's the lowdown on His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
His full name is Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and he was born on August 31, 1985, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The prince is the son of the current head of state King Salman and his third wife Fahda bint Falah bin Sultan bin Hathleen.
Mohammed is the eldest of his full siblings and has a law degree from King Saud University in Riyadh. He entered politics in 2009 becoming a personal aide to his dad when he was still governor of Riyadh. Following the death of King Abdullah in 2015 his father took the throne and elevated him to the positions of Defence Minister and Deputy Crown Prince. In 2017 King Salman deposed the previous Crown Prince, Muhammad bin Nayef, and elevated his son to heir apparent. He is also deputy prime minister.

Who is the Crown Prince's wife?

Prince Mohammed married his cousin Princess Sara bint Mashoor bin Abdulaziz in 2008. The couple have four children together, two boys and two girls. The boys are named Prince Salman and Prince Mashhour while the girls are Princess Fahda and Princess Nora.

The exact ages of the children are unknown.

How much is Prince Mohammed worth?

The Crown Prince is a fabulously wealthy man even by the standards of Saudi royalty. He reportedly has a personal wealth in excess of $3billion. Prince Mohammed is also reportedly the owner of the "most expensive house in the world".

He allegedly forked out $300million to buy the lavish Chateau Louis XIV, a 54,000 square foot palace near Versailles in 2015.

Yacht

A senior member of Saudi Arabia’s royal family bought a £452 million yacht before  helping push through drastic austerity measures within the country. Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman picked out a Russian tycoon’s 440ft ship while holidaying in the south of France, according to the New York Times.

The deal - reported at €500 million, £452 million by today’s exchange rate - was done within hours, according to an associate of Mr Shefler and a Saudi close to the royal family.
The Russian apparently moved off the yacht the same day.

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