Dubai assures that Princess Latifa is taken care of at home.

 Steph Deschamps / February 19, 2021

 

The UAE embassy in London said Princess Latifa, who says she is being held hostage by her father, the Emir of Dubai, was being taken care of at home and that her condition is improving, in a statement released Friday.

 

His family has confirmed that His Highness is being cared for at home, supported by his family and health professionals. Her condition continues to improve and we hope that she will return to public life in due course, the embassy said, in response to the BBC's release of an undated video in which the princess claimed to be held hostage in her country and feared for her life.

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