Egyptian princess. Name variations: Farial Cheriff. Born Nov 17, 1938, at the Montazah Palace, near Alexandria, Egypt; dau. of King Faruk or Farouk I (r. 1936–52) and Farida; sister of King Fuad II; m. Samir Cheriff (formerly known as Jean-Pierre Perreten), Jan 25, 1966 (div. and remarried); children: Yasmine Perreten (b. 1967).
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