Moulay Hassan, Crown Prince of Morocco
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|Born|| (2003-05-08) 8 May 2003|
Rabat Royal Palace, Rabat, Morocco
Moulay Hassan, Crown Prince of Morocco
|Reference style||His Royal Highness|
|Spoken style||Your Royal Highness|
Moulay Hassan bin Mohammed (born 8 May 2003) is the Crown prince of Morocco. He is the elder child of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Princess Lalla Salma. He has a younger sister, Princess Lalla Khadija. He is named after his grandfather Hassan II; upon his accession, he is expected to bear the regnal name Hassan III. In 2013, Hassan began participating with his father at public official engagements.
Early life and education
Moulay Hassan was born in Rabat Royal Palace on May 8, 2003, to Mohammed VI of Morocco and his wife, Princess Lalla Salma. He was named after his grandfather, the late King Hassan II. The oldest child in a Muslim family, he has a sister, Princess Lalla Khadija.
He obtained his baccalaureate in 2020, and joined the Faculty of Governance and Economic and Social Sciences (FGSES), an affiliate of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Ben Guerir (UM6P) for the 2020-2021 school year.
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Princess Lalla Lamia
On June 28, 2019, Moulay Hassan represented King Mohammed VI at the operations launch ceremony of the new port Tanger Med II, cementing Tanger-Med as a leading port and vital asset to the Mediterranean.
On September 30, 2019, in Paris, Moulay Hassan attended the funeral of the late French President Jacques Chirac, which took place at the Saint-Sulpice Church. On the same day, he took part in the lunch organized by President Emmanuel Macron, at the Élysée Palace, in honor of the Heads of State present at the funeral of the deceased president Chirac.
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