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Princess Lalla Asma of Morocco

Princess Lalla Asma
Princess of Morocco
Born (1965-09-29) 29 September 1965
Rabat, Morocco
Spouse Khalid Bouchentouf
Issue Moulay Yazid Bouchentouf
Lalla Nuhaila Bouchentouf
Full name
Lalla Asma (or Asma'a)
Dynasty Alaouite
Father Hassan II
Mother Lalla Latifa Hammou
Religion Islam
Moroccan Royal Family

HH Princess Lalla Latifa

HRH Princess Lalla Lamia

HRH Princess Lalla Malika

Princess Lalla Asma of Morocco (Arabic: الأميرة لالة أسماء‎, GCVO, born 29 September 1965, Rabat) is the second daughter and third eldest child of Hassan II of Morocco and his second wife, Lalla Latifa Hammou.


  • Biography 1
  • Patronages 2
  • Honours 3
    • National honours 3.1
    • Foreign honours 3.2
  • Ancestry 4
  • References 5
  • Links 6


She was educated at the Royal College (Rabat).

She married Khalid Bouchentouf on 5 November 1986. He is a son of Hajj Belyout Bouchentouf, of Casablanca.

They have two children, a son and a daughter:

  • Moulay Yazid Bouchentouf (born 25 July 1988).
  • Lalla Nuhaila Bouchentouf (born 29 May 1992).


She is Honorary President in Morocco of:


National honours

Foreign honours



  1. ^ HRH Princess Lalla Asma'a chairs deaf children's school-year graduation ceremony
  2. ^ Royal Ark
  3. ^ Royal Ark
  4. ^ Royal Ark
  5. ^ Boletín Oficial del Estado
  6. ^ Royal Ark


  • "Lalla Asma" (Spanish) by Fernando Orgamides, El País; retrieved 6 November 2010.
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