First Lady of Egypt
|First Lady of Egypt|
سيدة مصر الأولى
|Inaugural holder||Aziza M. Labib|
|Formation||18 June 1953|
Naglaa Mahmoud, wife of former president Mohamed Morsi (2012-2013), rejected the title of First Lady, preferring to be called "First Servant," the "president's wife," or "Um Ahmed," a traditional name which means mother of Ahmed, her oldest son.
First ladies of Egypt (1953–present)Edit
|Name||Term Begins||Term Ends||President of Egypt|
|Aziza M. Labib||18 June 1953||14 November 1954||Muhammad Naguib|
|Tahia Kazem||23 June 1956||28 September 1970||Gamal Abdel Nasser|
|Jehan Sadat||28 September 1970||6 October 1981||Anwar Sadat|
|Wafeya el Otefi||6 October 1981||14 October 1981||Sufi Abu Taleb (Acting President)|
|Suzanne Mubarak||14 October 1981||11 February 2011||Hosni Mubarak|
|Naglaa Mahmoud||30 June 2012||3 July 2013||Mohamed Morsi|
|Entissar Amer||8 June 2014||Incumbent||Abdel Fattah el-Sisi|
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