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Kasia Al Thani

Kasia Al Thani
Born Krakow, Poland

Kasia Al Thani (born in Krakow, Poland) was the third wife of Sheikh Abdulaziz Khalifa Al Thani, the brother of the Qatari Emir. In 2009, she filed for divorce. In November 2008, she launched a luxury gift shopping website called[1] She discovered fraudulent activity on her husband's account at Barclays Bank in Marbella and spearheaded a €50m/£40m legal action against the bank. In 2009, Barclays settled for an undisclosed amount.[2]

She has three daughters: Sheikha Malak, Sheika Yasmin and Sheikha Reem.


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