H.R.H. Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, the member of the Saudi royal family, was born on 22 May 1953 in Riyadh
He is the oldest son of Nawwaf bin Abdul Aziz.
Education and Career
Prince Mohammed was educated at The Capital Institute High School in Riyadh. He is a graduate of The School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, Washington DC and carried out postgraduate studies at the John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is President of the Harvard Alumni Association of Saudi Arabia.
Prince Mohammed worked for the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu for two years before transferring to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he first worked in the Minister’s Cabinet before being promoted to Inspector General at the Ministry.
In 1995, Prince Mohammed was appointed as Ambassador to Italy and Malta. In 1998 he was elected as President of the Council of Administration for the Islamic Cultural Centre of Italy. He was Dean of the Arab Ambassadors’ Corps.
In December 2005, Prince Mohammed was appointed as Ambassador of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Mohammed bin Nawwaf is married to Fadwa bint Khaled bin Abdallah Al Saud. They have five children. His wife,Fadwa bint Khaled, is honorary president of the Arab Italian Women’s Association (AIWA) that was founded in May 2002 by Italian businesswomen and spouses of Saudi diplomats in Italy.
A daughter of him, Madawi bint Mohammed, married to Fahd bin Faisal bin Saud bin Mohammed at The Dorchester hotel in London on 24 January 2009. Fahd bin Faisal is a grandson of Itab bint Sultan, one of late Prince Sultan’s favourite daughters. Prince Sultan arranged for a fleet of private jets to bring in 500 guests to the party, although he himself was not expected to attend. His son, Prince Mansoor, died in September 2009.