Dubai ruler al-Maktoum must pay Princess Haya $700 million in divorce – The Washington Post
In addition to security, the amounts are intended to cover the costs of the upkeep of Haya’s two homes, near Kensington Palace in London and in the suburban town of Egham in Surrey, as well as vacations, clothes, horses and salaries for staff. The costs were diligently itemized — $500,000 for food during vacations, $368,000 to maintain three horses and other pets for the children, $51,000 to replace two trampolines they had owned at their palace in Dubai.
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