Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco

Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco (Arabic: الأميرة لالة حسناء‎, born 19 November 1967 in Rabat) is the youngest daughter of King Hassan II and his second wife, Lalla Latifa Hammou. She is sister to the current king, Mohammed VI and Prince Moulay Rachid.

Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco
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Born (1967-11-19) 19 November 1967 (age 53)
Rabat, Morocco
Khalid Benharbit
(m. 1991)
IssueLalla Oumaima Benharbit
Lalla Oulaya Benharbit
Lalla Hasna (or Hasna'a)
FatherHassan II
MotherLalla Latifa Hammou


She was educated at the Royal College (Rabat).

Since her childhood, Princess Hasna has been interested in social and cultural activities, with special emphasis to environmental issues in Morocco. In 1999 she launched the national campaign for the protection of the environment and gave the prize for the most beautiful and cleanest beach in Morocco.

To shore up her work, the Mohammed VI Foundation for the protection of the environment was created in 2001 and chaired by Princess Hasna. She presides over the governing board of the foundation and regularly pays on the terrain visits to sensitize the population about environmental issues.

In 2002, Princess Lalla Hasna set up the prize of young reporters for the environment and in 2003 a prize for photography annually awarded on the international environment day.

She is Honorary President of the Hassanate Association for Human Development.[1]

Princess Lalla Hasna and Dr. Khalil Benharbit (born 1959), MD, a cardiologist, married in Rabat on 13 December 1991 and they have two daughters:[2]

  • Lalla Oumaima Benharbit (born 15 December 1995).
  • Lalla Oulaya Benharbit (born 20 October 1997).


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  1. ^ "Morocco: HRH Princess Lalla Hasnaa Persides Over Inauguration of Renovated Internal Medicine Service At Ibn Sina Hospital". Maghreb Arabe Presse (Rabat). 2012-09-22. Retrieved 2018-02-24.
  2. ^ "Morocco celebrates birthday of Princess Lalla Hasna on Friday". 18 November 2010. Archived from the original on 20 August 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2010.
  3. ^ Boletín Oficial del Estado
  4. ^ Morocco World News
  5. ^ Morocco World News

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