Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed of Morocco attends an event in Paris, France. Mohammed, son of King Hassan II, took over the throne in 1999
MOROCCO - PRINCE SIDI MOHAMMED
Original caption: (FILES) This 06 April 1974 file photo shows Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed of Morocco arriving at Elysee Palace in Paris prior the funerals of French President Georges Pompidou. Crown Prince, who succeeds his father King Hassan II on the Moroccan throne 23 July 1999 as King Mohammed VI, was born 21 August 1963. Though brought up largely in his father's shadow, he has carried out foreign duties alongside heads of state and represented his father at several international conferences. King Hassan personally took charge of his political and religious education. Sidi Mohammed took a law degree in 1985 and in 1993 he earned a doctorate.
Raymond Barre Visits Prince Sidi Mohamed in Morocco
French prime minister Raymond Barre sits at a dinner with Prince Sidi Mohammed of Morocco. Barre is visiting with the royal family while on a state visit to Marrakech.
It is horrible that he had to carry such a responsibility as a child, isn’t? I don’t think he has real childhood.
Yes, I agree...On the photos above all I can see is a child with an adult eyes. It is so sad when you really think about it. Yet, people tend to see just the glamorous side of the story, don't they? Noone seems to care about the price one pays. I guess it's in human nature to react that way.
Moroccan King Mohammed VI speaks to a person at Ibn Rouchd hospital 19 May 2003 who was wounded in one of the suicide bombings late 16 May in Casablanca
King Mohammed VI with his young brother Moulay Rachid greets members of Casablanca's Jewish community as he visits 18 May 2003 the Jewish Cultural Center of Casablanca hit by one of the 16 May suicide bombings that left 41 dead and raised fears of a resurgence in international terrorism.