There is a common misconception that Muslim women spend their lives behind the veil. This is not usually the case. Here is a list of the wealthiest Muslim women in the world who belong to royal families, own companies or family businesses worth millions. They are philanthropic, commendable and live in the lap of luxury.
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1. Queen Rania Al Abdullah – The Queen of Jordan and the highest paid monarch in the world, Rania is widely known for her advocacy work related to education and health, activity on social media and a great fashion sense.
2. Princess Lalla Salma – Married to the king of Morocco, Princess Lalla Salma’s net worth is estimated to be over $2.5 billion. It is said that she can easily spend around $960,000 per day!
3. Princess Ameerah Al Taweel – The Arabian princess is not only rich, but is the Vice Chairperson of Al-Waleed bin Talal Foundation and considered as one of the powerful women in Middle East.
4. Sheikha Hanadi Bint Nasser Al-Thani – Sheikha is one of Qatar’s most successful businesswomen, entrepreneur as well as the founder and chairperson of Amwal. Her family network is estimated to be more than $15 billion.
5. Princess Hajah Hafizah Bolkiah – The Princess of Brunei is known for her luxurious lifestyle all over the world. She spent more than $20 million on her wedding!
6. Sheikha Maitha Bint Mohammed – Rich, royal and a sports enthusiast, Sheikha is a Taekwondo athlete with a net worth of $40 billion.
7. Sultanah Nur Zahirah – The Sultanah of Terengganu has a net worth of over $15 billion. She is known for her philanthropic work and is currently the Chancellor of University Sultan Zainal Abidin.
8. Princess Fathima Kulsum Zohar – Once the royal princess and now the queen, Fathima is married to Sheikh Avdi Al Muhammad and is one of the richest persons on the planet.
9. Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser – Often ranked as one of the most powerful women, Sheikha Mozah’s net worth is more than 7 billion Euros!
All the women belong to the rich and royal families and are now maintaining their high-status lifestyles and doing philanthropic work.