|Queen Mother of Albanians|
|Born||28 August 1876|
Tirana, Ottoman Empire
|Died||25 November 1934 (aged 58)|
Durrës, Albanian Kingdom
|Spouse||Xhemal Pasha Zogu|
|Issue||Zog I of Albania|
|House||Toptani (by birth)|
Zogu (by marriage)
|Father||Salah Bey Toptani|
Sadije (or Khadija) was a member of the powerful Toptani family, Sadije was the daughter of Salah Bey Toptani and cousin to Essad Pasha Toptani. She was the second wife of Xhemal Pasha Zogu after the death of his first wife, Melek Hanem.
After her son became king in 1928, she was raised to the title Nëna Mbretëreshë e Shqiptarëve, or Queen Mother of the Albanians, with the style of Her Majesty on September 1, 1928, a position she held until her death. She supervised the Royal Kitchen to ensure that her son could not be poisoned. She was the official protector of the Gruaja Shiqiptare.
Sadije died in the Royal Compound in Durrës and was buried in Tirana the next day. A royal mausoleum was constructed to house her remains. The building was destroyed by Albanian communist forces on 17 November 1944.
|Princess Adile Zogu||25 February 1893||6 February 1966||Major Emin Bey Agolli-Doshishti||Prince Salih|
|King Zog I of the Albanians||8 October 1895||9 April 1961||Countess Geraldine Apponyi de Nagyappony||Crown Prince Leka|
|Princess Nafije Zogu||25 October 1896||21 March 1955||Ceno Bey Kryeziu||Prince Tati, Prince of Kosovo|
|Princess Senije Zogu||15 November 1903||15 April 1969||Prince Mehmed Abid of Turkey||None|
|Princess Myzejen Zogu||6 February 1905||10 April 1969||Never married||None|
|Princess Ruhije Zogu||20 March 1906||31 January 1948||Never married||None|
|Princess Maxhide Zogu||20 March 1907||4 January 1969||Never married||None|