After Lalla Salma, ex-wife of King Mohammed VI, who has been missing for three long years, her daughter Lalla Khadija has disappeared in Morocco. Where has Princess Lalla Khadija gone?
Life at the royal palace is completely disrupted. One no longer knows whether to speak of the palace or the royal palaces. For we know that the sovereign has several. And we can safely say that if Lalla Salma is indeed in the Cherifian kingdom, as some sources indicate, she lives in a palace other than the one in which King Mohammed VI has established his quarters.
If the question of whether Princess Lalla Salma née Bennani saw her daughter Lalla Khadija, after her divorce, has been asked several times, it has always remained unanswered. Does Lalla Khadija live exclusively with her father Mohammed VI or is she shared between her parents? Nothing is less certain. On this question too, there is a total silence. Another red line of the royal palace imposed by the sovereign.
However, it is known that Princess Lalla Khadija has disappeared from all radars. No more public appearances for the one who was nevertheless on the front page of major magazines such as Femmes du Maroc. This Lalla Khadija that the public saw with a guitar in her hands no longer appears. Even on her birthday, celebrated on 28 February, the Moroccan public was not allowed any news of their princess. Not even a photo was published.
The last public appearance of Lalla Khadija was on Friday 13 December 2019. On that day, in her capacity as representative of the Royal Household, when she was just 12 years old, the daughter of King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma presided over the inauguration ceremony of the nursery of the National Zoological Park in Rabat. Since then, the sister of Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan has disappeared.
A disappearance that dates back more than a year and a half, after that of her mother Lalla Salma, whose last concrete news dates back to 2018, the year in which her separation from King Mohammed VI was mentioned. While Salma Bennani was the only person in the family whose absence at the side of Mohammed VI, who was hospitalised in Paris at the time, was very noticeable.