Crown Prince Of Dubai Shares His Luxurious Life On Instagram

Dubai may know him as a prince, but the internet probably thinks of him more of a king—a king of Instagram that is.

The Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (popularly known as “Fazza”), shares his luxurious lifestyle on the regular with 5.1 million Instagram followers and 2.42 million Twitter users. The 34-year-old billionaire has posted nearly 2,000 photos of his life and adventures to Instagram.

Fazza is the second son of the vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Emir (or ruler) of Dubai. He was appointed Crown Prince by his father in 2008. He is also the chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, the Dubai Autism Centre and the Dubai Sports Council, but judging by his Instagram—he has plenty of other things to keep him busy, too.

He clearly has a love for animals, posting lots of photos of horses and even camels, birds, deer and giraffes. (Aww!)

Traveling is a must for any prince, and Fazza does not disappoint, with recent travels to Iceland, Amsterdam and London.

He’s also quite athletic, enjoys horseback riding and diving and is a semi-professional skydiver.

But that’s not all! He’s also an exceptional photographer, posting some serious “Instagram-worthy” shots, like these two of the Dubai skyline and a great sunset shot.

Fazza’s latest Instagram-adventure—while captured by someone else—is probably the most impressive. After seeing a truck driver stranded in sand, he used his luxury jeep to pull the truck out. The G-class Mercedes retails for about $180,000, but that didn’t seem to matter to the helpful prince. Of course, like the rest of his life, it was captured on video and Instagrammed.

You can check out more of Fazza’s fabulous life below:




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