H.I & R.H Princess Liala of Egypt, Grand Duchess of Alexandria, daughter of the Late King Farouk Fuad of Egypt, was born in 1957 in Victoria Australia where she now resides. Her mother, the Late Princess Mafalda Maria Elisabetta Anna Romana of Savoy was Princess of Italy.
Princess Liala has two daughters, Princess Liala first husband was a Crown Middle Eastern Prince and Crown Princess Lisa Marie and then their youngest daughter HRH Princess Chantal.
The Royal couple were married in 2005 to His Grace, The Duke of Roxeburge now known as H.I & R.H Prince Graeme John Fuad, Grand Duke of Alexandria
Princess Liala has completed her Secondary Education English, Math’s, Science, History, Music and Philosophy has advanced her studies in Classical Ballet, Singing, Karate, Bush Walk, the Princess also enjoyed International Cooking and finally eventuated in opening a Professional Academy for Deportment and modelling
Throughout her years, Princess Liala has facilitated with charity organizations here in Australia and overseas for the destitute. Donations have been awarded in considerable large amount of funds to many foundations and Council Committees in middle eastern
Princess Liala acquired gifts for underprivileged families and has necessitated homes in during the Christmas season for the poverty-stricken. During Easter Princess Liala donate large amount of Easter Eggs for the Children in Ballarat. Also to the Lara Police Victoria; The Princess dedicates her life for charity.
In late 2006, Princess Liala acquired gifts for underprivileged families and has necessitated homes in during the Christmas season for the poverty-stricken. During Easter Princess Liala donate large amount of Easter Eggs for the Children in Ballarat.
During the catastrophic event of the tsunami devastation in 2004, Sri Lanka, distinguished and honoree guests had been killed only before attending the ceremony of Princess Liala and Prince Graeme's Wedding.
Through the duration of the Royal Presentation the Scottish bagpipes conducted 'The Amazing Grace' in memory of the 'late honoree guests' and for those who mourned their loss throughout the world. I send all my blessing H.I.R.H Princess Liala of Egypt