The sixth wife of Dubai ruler Princess Haya has been telling her friends and members of her family back in Jordan that she found her “soulmate” in Russell Flowers, the former infantry soldier of the British Army, with whom she has been secretly dating for years.
Her boyfriend Russell Flowers, who is a former infantry soldier of the British Army became too intimate with Haya during his five-year posting as the bodyguard at royal family’s Dalham Hall Stud, a stunning 3,300-acre country estate owned by Sheikh Maktoum about six miles from Newmarket town center in the United Kingdom.
Although Flowers went into hiding soon after his intimacy with Princess Haya was exposed, it is learnt from credible sources that he is having regular contact with Haya, mostly over the phone.
Due to her extremely nasty private life and madness of having sex with her bodyguard, Princess Haya bought a Victorian cottage for her lover, which is very close to the town center. The Princess was frequently visiting that cottage and the wife of Russell Flowers divorced him when she found her husband having sex with Haya. Being caught, Princess Haya reportedly had even plotted of getting Flowers’ wife murdered through a contract killer.
Princess Haya reportedly had told one of her best friends that she also found a “loving horse” in Russell Flowers and he is the “only man” who can give her the best-expected orgasms each time she has sex with Flowers.
Seeking anonymity, one of Haya’s former bodyguard told this correspondent that the wife of Dubai ruler was extremely attracted to Russell Flowers and in most cases, whenever he was accompanying her on foreign tours, the Princess Haya became exposedly inclined in spending nights with him. She even did not hesitate to kiss Flowers inside the elevators.
The source said Russell Flowers was too had found his best playmate in Princess Haya.
It may be mentioned here that, Russell Flowers is not the only man with whom Princess Haya had sex, but the Princess had slept with at least two of her former bodyguards while during her student life, she was regularly sleeping with classmates as well as having several “friends of benefit”.
One of her ex-bodyguard said, the Princess was rewarding those who would give her expected sexual pleasure and whenever she found someone who would meet her expectations, she would start sleeping with him until she found a better one.
It said it is very much unlikely that Princess Haya will remain united with Russell Flowers for a long time as she may very soon start losing interest in him and hunt for a better “playmate”.
According to another source, one of the men who had physical relations with Princess Haya had even blackmailed her with a video of her having sex with him and had extracted US$ 600,000 in two installments and the person finally sold the video to her in exchange of an unknown amount of cash.
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein was born in Amman, the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the daughter of King Hussein and his third wife, Queen Alia. She has a younger brother, Prince Ali bin Hussein born on 23 December 1975, and younger sister, Abir Muhaisen (born 1973), the latter of whom was adopted by Haya’s parents after her biological mother was killed by a plane crash at their Palestinian refugee camp in Amman. In 1977, when Haya was 3 years old, her mother died in a helicopter crash. Her father died from complications related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 1999, leaving the crown to her half-brother, King Abdullah II.
On 10 April 2004, Princess Haya wed Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The marriage ceremony was held at al-Baraka Palace in Amman.
On 2 December 2007 in Dubai, Princess Haya gave birth to her first child, Sheikha Jalila bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The baby’s birth coincided with the United Arab Emirates’ 36th celebration of its National Day, on 2 December. On 7 January 2012, she gave birth to her second child, Sheikh Zayed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
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