Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid spotted shopping in London’s Selfridges department store

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, was spotted shopping at London department store Selfridges.

He enjoyed a summer trip to the UK alongside Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, and other family members.

And this week, Sheikh Mohammed took Mana bin Mana Al-Otaiba, son of Dr Mana Saeed Al-Otaiba, shopping at the department store in Oxford Street.

He was joined by Deacon Sultan bin Ali Al-Sabousi, Hamdan Sultan bin Ali El-Sbousi, Abdullah Muhammad bin Munahi Al-Qahtani and Amir Al-Falasi, the group pictured waiting for the elevator inside the store.

The photo, which was shared on Instagram by Khalid Al Khoori, received thousands of likes and several comments.

A video posted by the same account also shows the group walking around London near the UAE Embassy.

The posts come the same week Sheikh Hamdan shared photos of himself on the London Underground.

In footage shared on Tuesday, Sheikh Hamdan stands in the center of the busy metro car, with his friend Badr Ateej behind him.

“We have a long way to go and Badr is already bored,” he captioned the photo.

The royal did not seem to be recognized by any of his fellow travelers.

Sheikh Hamdan also went viral last month after stopping for photos with fans who spotted him in his car in the British capital.

The video was posted on Instagram by Ahmad Jaber Al Harbi, a friend and regular travel companion of the Crown Prince, and was captioned: “When a Dubai resident spotted @faz3 in #London”.

Last week, Sheikh Hamdan also shared a photo from their trip to the UK showing three generations of the family together.

In the photo, Sheikh Hamdan and Sheikh Mohammed are with a tricycle carrying the crown prince’s twins, Sheikh Rashid and Sheikha Shaikha, who are seated in the front wearing helmets, their faces hidden by blue and pink emojis.

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Updated: August 10, 2022, 10:42 a.m.