Beautiful and enchanting, the princesses of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia appear without hijab. Photo/Collage/Sindonews
JAKARTA – Government Arab Saudi is a country that has Islam as its official religion. It is not surprising that the practice of Islamic teachings is so thick in daily life.
But since the rise to power of Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the Gulf Arab kingdom has seen reforms in its daily life, including the way women dress. Women in Saudi Arabia no longer need to wear the hijab.
Talking about the use of the hijab or headscarf, a number of Saudi Arabian royal princesses and nobles often appear in public without wearing the head covering. On the other hand, their dress styles actually look like Western women.
The following is a row of royal daughters of Saudi Arabia who look stunningly beautiful without the hijab.
1. Putri Ameera binti Aidan bin Nayef Al-Taweel Al-Otaibi
Princess Ameera – some write it Ameerah – is married to the billionaire Prince of Saudi Arabia; Alwaleed bin Talal al-Saud, in 2008 and divorced in November 2013.
Her ex-husband is the nephew of the late King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, the predecessor and half-brother of the current King of Saudi Arabia; Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.
Putri Ameera was listed as a graduate of the University of New Haven with cum laude predicate. He is known to be active in various humanitarian activities, one of which is serving as an exclusive committee member at the Al Waleed bin Talal Foundation, which has an orphanage in Burkina Faso.
This woman who was born on November 6, 1983 is also active in various charitable organizations and opened the Center for Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge. Records of his history are included in the official website of the House of Saud. On the royal family’s website, there is a photo of Ameera wearing jeans and not wearing the hijab. However, his appearance remains polite, elegant and charming.
2. Princess Deena Ali Al-Juhani Abdulaziz
This woman who was born in California, December 26, 1975, is the daughter of former Saudi Arabian communications minister Ali al-Juhani.
She became part of the royal family because she married Prince Sultan bin Fahd bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz in 1998 and has three children, namely a daughter and two twin sons.
He is a Saudi-American businessman and editor. He is the founder and owner of DNA Store in Riyadh. She was noted to have been the editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia magazine, but was dismissed on April 13, 2017, after two issues under her supervision.