King Mohammed VI’s 11-year-old daughter, Princess Lalla Khadija, has posed for the cover of Femme Du Maroc (FDM), a major women’s magazine in Morocco.
Rabat- The new cover features the magazine’s trending headline “A look into the future,” next to the photo of the young princess adorned in a gold and vivid green caftan, her hair held with a tiara.
The princess, surrounded by purple petals and greenery, presumably at the Royal Palace, matched her caftan’s color with the magazine’s theme of youthfulness.
Lalla Khadija started to accompany her parents, King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma, to social events at a young age.
The princess, born on May 28, 2007, as the King’s second child after Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan, has appeared with her mother, Princess Lalla Salma, at various events, such as the inauguration of the Children’s House Of Life In Casablanca in 2013, for children battling cancer.
On May 25, 2017, Princess Lalla Khadija took part in a ceremony with her mother, Lalla Salma, in Rabat. Lalla Salma received the gold medal of the World Health Organization (WHO) in recognition for her action and commitment to fighting cancer in Morocco and worldwide.
On June 24, 2017, the princess participated at the graduation ceremony for the royal school at Casablanca’s Royal Palace.
Then, Princess Lalla Khadija and her classmates staged artistic performances in Arabic, French, Spanish, English, Russian, and Chinese.
The princess also accompanied King Mohammed VI and the crown prince in an official ceremony in September on “supporting schooling and implementing the reform of education and training.”