Fuad II of Egypt

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Fuad II
King of Egypt and the Sudan
Reign26 July 1952 — 18 June 1953
PredecessorFarouk I
SuccessorMonarchy abolished; Mohamed Naguib as President of Egypt)
RegentMohamed Naguib and Other Free Officers
Prime Ministers
King of Egypt and the Sudan
Tenure18 June 1953 — present
Head of the Royal House of Egypt
Reign18 March 1965 — present
PredecessorFarouk I
Heir apparentMuhammed Ali
Born (1952-01-16) 16 January 1952 (age 72)
Abdeen Palace, Cairo, Kingdom of Egypt
Dominique-France Loeb-Picard
(m. 1976; div. 1996)
Full name
Ahmed Fuad II ibn Farouk ibn Ahmed Fuad II ibn Ismail ibn Ibrahim ibn Muhammad Ali
FatherFarouk of Egypt
MotherNarriman Sadek
ReligionSunni Islam
SignatureFuad II's signature
Styles of
Ahmed Fuad Farouk
Reference styleHis Majesty
Spoken styleYour Majesty

Fuad II (Arabic: فؤاد الثاني, full name: Ahmed Fuad bin Farouk bin Ahmed Fuad bin Ismail bin Ibrahim bin Muhammad Ali; born 16 January 1952) or alternatively Ahmed Fuad II is a member of the Egyptian Muhammed Ali Dynasty. He was the King of Egypt and the Sudan from 1952 until the monarchy was abolished in 1953. Since then, Fuad was the claimant to the Egyptian throne and is the Head of the Royal House of Egypt since his father's death in 1965.

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