Princess Lalla Latifa Amahzoune (Arabic: لالة لطيفة أمحزون‎ – born 1945 or 1946)in Khenifra is the widow of king Hassan II and the mother of Princess Lalla Meryem, King Mohammed VI, Princess Lalla Asma, Princess Lalla Hasna and Prince Moulay Rachid. She is referred to using terms such as "mother of the royal children". The privacy accorded to her in Morocco is so great that attempts to publish photos of her in the Moroccan newspaper Al Ayam were found to violate Moroccan law (in accord with a 1956 decree prohibiting publication of photos of the king and his family without authorization).

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  • 1. [Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco] Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco (born 19 November 1967) is the youngest daughter of King Hassan II and his wife, Lalla Latifa Hammou. She is sister to the current king, Mohammed VI and Prince Moulay Rachid.
  • 2. [Princess Lalla Asma of Morocco] Princess Lalla Asma of Morocco (born 29 September 1965, Rabat) GCVO, is the second daughter and third eldest child of Hassan II of Morocco and his wife, Lalla Latifa Hammou. She married Khalid Bouchentouf on 5 November 1986. They have two children, a son and a daughter:
  • 3. [Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco] Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco (Arabic: الأميرة للا مريم‎, GCVO, born 26 August 1962 in Rome, Italy) is first daughter and eldest child of the late King Hassan II of Morocco and his wife Lalla Latifa.
  • 4. [Lalla (title)] Lalla is an Arabic title of respect literally meaning lady. The title is prefixed to the given name or personal name, and is borne by females usually of noble or royal background or it can be used to adress older women out of respect. Any woman believed to be descended from Mohammed has the title
  • 5. [Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco] Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco, also known as Prince Moulay Rachid ben al-Hassan, GCVO, (Arabic: الأمير مولاي رشيد بن الحسن‎) was born on 20 June 1970 in Rabat as the youngest male child of the late King Hassan II. He holds a doctorate in international politics and serves Morocco as a diplomat. He is currently 2nd in the line of succession to the Moroccan throne.
  • 6. [Mouha ou Hammou Zayani] Mouha Ou Hammou Zayani, by his full name: Mohammed ou Hammou ben Akka ben Ahmed, also known as Amahzoune ben Moussa (1863 – in Khenifra- Died 27 March 1921) was a military figure who played an important role in the history of Morocco. He was the leader (Caïd) of the Zayanes people of Khénifra region.
  • 7. [Khenifra] Khenifra (Berber: Xnifṛa, ⵅⵏⵉⴼⵕⴰ, Arabic: خنيفرة‎) is a city in northern central Morocco, surrounded by the Atlas Mountains.
  • 8. [Qaid] Qaid (Arabic: قائد‎ qāʾid  "commander"), also spelled kaid or caïd, is a word meaning "master" or "leader." It was a title in the Norman kingdom of Sicily, applied to palatine officials and members of the curia, usually to those who were Muslims or converts from Islam. The word entered the Latin language as Latin:
  • 9. [Hassan II of Morocco] King Hassan II (Arabic: الحسن الثاني‎, MSA: (a)l-ḥasan aṯ-ṯānī, Darija: el-ḥasan ett(s)âni); 9 July 1929 – 23 July 1999) was King of Morocco from 1961 until his death in 1999. He was the eldest son of Mohammed V, Sultan, then King of Morocco (1909–1961), and his wife Lalla Abla bint Tahar (1909–1992).
  • 10. [Mohammed VI of Morocco] Mohammed VI (Arabic: محمد السادس‎, born 21 August 1963) is the current King of Morocco. He acceded to the throne on 23 July 1999 upon the death of his father, King Hassan II. His birthday is a public holiday, although festivities were cancelled upon the death of his aunt in 2014.
  • 11. [Berber people] The Berbers or the Amazighs (Berber: ⵉⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⴻⵏ, Imazighen / Imaziɣen in plural, and Amazigh in singular) are the ethnicity indigenous to North Africa west of the Nile Valley. They are distributed from the Atlantic Ocean to the Siwa Oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Niger River. Historically they spoke Berber languages,
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