Queen of Egypt. Name variations: Nazli Sabri or Sabry, Nazli Fouad. Born at Alexandria, June 25, 1894; died in Los Angeles, CA, May 29, 1978; great granddau. of Joseph Anthelme Sève, known as Suliyman Pasha (died 1860); m. Fuad I, aka Fouad, king of Egypt, May 26, 1919; children: Prince Faruk (b. 1920, later King Farouk I, r. 1936–52), Princess Fawzia (b. 1921, who married the shah of Iran), Princess Faiza (Fevziye, b. 1923), Princess Faika (Feyke, b. 1926), Princess Fathiya (b. 1930).
Was sultana of Egypt until 1922, then queen of Egypt (1922–38), queen mother of Egypt (1938–51), queen mother of Egypt and Sudan.
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