Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 19. Chapters: Dina bint 'Abdu'l-Hamid, Firouzeh Vokhshouri, Princess Aisha bint Al Faisal, Princess Aisha bint Al Hussein, Princess Alia bint Al Hussein, Princess Alia Tabba, Princess Ayah bint Al Faisal, Princess Badiya bint El Hassan, Princess Basmah Bani Ahmad, Princess Basma bint Talal, Princess Firyal of Jordan, Princess Haya bint Al Hamzah, Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, Princess Iman bint Al Hussein, Princess Muna al-Hussein, Princess Nejla bint Asem, Princess Noor bint Asem, Princess Rahma bint El Hassan, Princess Raiyah bint Al Hussein, Princess Rym, Princess Salha bint Asem, Princess Sana Asem, Princess Sarah bint Asem, Princess Sara bint Al Faisal, Princess Sarvath El Hassan, Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, Princess Yasmine bint Asem, Princess Zein bint Al Hussein. Excerpt: Haya bint Al Hussein, (born 3 May 1974) is one of King Hussein I of Jordan's daughters; her mother was Hussein's third wife, Queen Alia. Princess Haya is the junior wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. She is known as Her Royal Highness Princess Haya of Jordan (Arabic: ), a title derived from her father. Princess Haya studied in Britain, where she attended Badminton School for Girls in Bristol, Bryanston School in Dorset and later St Hilda's College, Oxford University, from which she graduated with a BA honours degree in philosophy, politics, and economics (PPE). On 10 April 2004, Princess Haya wed HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai On 2 December 2007 in Dubai, Princess Haya gave birth to her first child, HH Sheikha Al Jalila bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The baby's birth coincided with the United Arab Emirates' 36th celebration of its National Day. On 7 January 2012, she gave birth to her second child, Sheikh Zayed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Princess Haya participated in the 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain and the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia representing Jordan in show jumping, where she was also her country's flag bearer. Additionally she is the Individual bronze medallist of show jumping in the 1992 Pan Arab Games in Damascus, Syria. Princess Haya was elected president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) in 2006 for an initial four-year term in the FEI's first contested presidential race. She made history a second time in 2010, when dissatisfaction with her record led to her becoming the first sitting FEI president to be challenged in a re-election bid. She succeeded, however, in refuting the criticisms and in winning a second and final four-year term receiving an overwhelming mandate of 75 percent of the vote, soundly defeating her most vocal critics. On 7 June 2008, New Approach, a three-year-old colt owned by Princess Haya, trained in Ireland by Jim B
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