Queen of Egypt. Name variations: Nariman Sadeq or Sadiq; Narriman Sadek; Nariman Fahmi. Born Oct 31, 1934, in Cairo, Egypt; died Feb 16, 2005, in Cairo; dau. of Husain Fahmi Sadiq (secretary-general of the ministry of communications, died 1965) and Asila Kamil; became 2nd wife of King Farouk I, May 1951 (div. 1954); m. Dr Adham al-Nakib, 1954 (div. 1961); m. Dr. Ismail Fahmi, 1967 (div.); children: (1st m.) Ahmed Fouad (b. Jan 1952), king of Egypt in absentia under a regency (r. 1952–53); (2nd m.) son Akram.
The last queen-consort of Egypt, married the king at 16; gave birth to an heir 6 months before the military overthrew the monarchy (1952); with husband, fled to Italy; returned to Egypt (1954) and divorced the king.
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