Fazza Net Worth – In addition to cuddling lion cubs and visiting the world, Dubai’s multimillionaire crown prince has 5.2 million Instagram followers.
Dubai’s Hereditary Prince and King of Instagram, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is popularly known as Fazza. More than 5 million people follow the 34-year-old model on Instagram. And Fazza gives you a glimpse into his lifestyle as a millionaire. He posts a new series of images, movies, and time-lapses every day.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Emir of Dubai and UAE Vice President and Prime Minister, has a son named Fazza. According to “Business Insider”, the father had a net worth of CHF 14 billion in 2013.
Although Fazza has an older brother named Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed, Fazza was made crown prince by his father in 2008. To this day we do not know why the father made this decision. The official justification at the time was that Fazza was better suited for the position. In 2015, the 33-year-old eldest son died of a heart attack.
Fazza sits on the Dubai Executive Council, the Dubai Sports Council and the Establishment for Young Business Leaders. Despite all the responsibilities, Fazza seems to have a lot of free time, at least according to his Instagram account. Many web sources claim that Prince of Adventure is still unmarried.
Every day he posts pictures of his travels on Instagram, giving a glimpse of his rich lifestyle to his millions of followers.
Fazza net worth: €44 million (estimated)
The younger brother of Deputy Prime Minister and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is also a prominent member of the ruling family. His father’s Net Worth is said to have amounted to 13 billion euros in 2013.
Although he has an older brother, Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed, his father appointed him crown prince in 2008. He died of a heart attack at the age of 33.
It is Fazza’s job to lead all three of these organizations in addition to the Dubai Executive Council. However, based on his Instagram posts, his interests seem to keep him busy throughout the day.
Some of his favorite pastimes are skydiving, horseback riding, motorcycling, ziplining and scuba diving. As if that wasn’t enough, he’s also an accomplished photographer, world traveler, and poet.
Hamdan began his formal educational career at the Rashid School for Boys. Before joining Sandhurst, he completed a number of economics programs at the London School of Economics and the Dubai School of Governance (DSG).
His father officially appointed him Hereditary Prince of Dubai on February 1, 2008. His personal advisers were economist John Calverley and hedge fund manager James T. Naeem of HN Capital LLP, who are also members of the HN Capital Board of Directors. He is also Chairman of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for Young Business Leaders and the Dubai Sports Council.