September 12, 2005, - 4:33 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
The September/October 2005 issue of “DC Style,” a Washington, DC socialite magazine, features a puff piece and photo of Saudi Princess Dalal Al-Saud, wife of Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Al-Saud. The Princess, a former flight attendant, said she’s very proud of her country, Saudi Arabia (home of 15 of 19 9/11 hijackers). Figures, since the article makes clear that she lives in her real country, AMERICA.
The Princess, an aging brunette Courtney Love look-alike, is launching a skin care line, this fall. One wonders why women who wear a complete veil (but for the eyes) need a skin care line. Oops . . . she doesn’t wear a veil, because she lives HERE.
Princess Dalal’s outfits in the very retouched photo in DC Style and this photo (she’s in the garish white fur bolero–where is PETA when you need them?) taken at a Z-list (former “Baywatch” co-star in attendance) Hollywood Tsunami relief luncheon in May show her in outfits meriting beheading back in “her country.” The woman with the plunging, cleavage-baring neckline is Princess Dalal’s niece, Saudi Princess Reema Durani. I’m sure Reema’s outfit would go over very well back in the Kingdom, where women can’t even drive–and wearing this outfit, well, . . . it would get you a final meeting with Allah (the 72 virgins don’t come in the male variety). Unless you’re a phony, hypocritical member of the Saudi royal family, like she is. They get away with everything.
Bottom line: Would you buy a skin care line from the official funders of Islamic terror, the Saudi Royal Family?
Your skin might react in an explosive way . . . .
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