A member of the Moroccan royal family is officially off the market.

 

An intimate ceremony, in line with COVID-19 guidelines, took place with close family members for King Mohammed VI of Morocco’s niece, Lalla Nouhaila who married Ali El Hajj on February 14, it was announced by the Ministry of the Royal House, Protocol and Chancellery.

Lalla Nouhaila is the daughter of Princess Lalla Asma, who is the second daughter of Hassan II of Morocco and Lalla Latifa, and the sister of the current King of Morocco.

While not holding the title of Princess or Royal Highness, Lalla Nouhaila has been honoured with the title of Lalla Cherifa, as she continues to follow in the humanitarian footsteps of her mother, who spends her time focusing on several charitable organisations that support children with disabilities.

For the wedding celebration, she was dawned in a stunning emerald Kaftan embellished with gold stitching as she’s seen holding hands with her second half, with the first picture as the newly married couple looking happy to begin their lives together.

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