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HRH Princess Alia Tabbaa attended The Ahliyyah School for Girls in Amman, where she actively engaged in community service and voluntary work, a passion she later pursued as a distinguished member of the Jordanian Royal Family. Sharing Prince Faisal’s passion for flying, she earned her Private Pilot License in 1989, receiving her wings from the late King Hussein. Formerly married to Prince Faisal bin Hussein, she is the daughter of Tawfik al-Tabbaa and Lamia Adam. Princess Alia serves as Founder and President of the Promise Welfare Society and President of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Since 2006, she has presided over the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, succeeding Queen Noor of Jordan. Additionally, she leads the Zaha Cultural Centre’s Board and serves as Honorary President of the Friends of Children Society, advocating for equal learning opportunities. Princess Alia holds a degree in International Relations from the University of Sussex.