It is no longer news that a crowned prince of Saudi Arabia is living a luxurious life as amazing photos of his luxurious home have emerged on social media.
Reports have it that Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is the owner of a $300 million (Ghc1.26 billion) chateau mansion near Versailles in France.
The home was landscaped to be a 57 acre park in Louveciennes and was anonymously sold in 2015. It was called world’s most expensive home by Forbes magazine.
The report states that the chateau’s ownership is meticulously hidden through various shell companies in France and Luxembourg, all of which are owned by Eight Investment Company, a Saudi firm led by the head of Prince Mohammed’s personal foundation.
It was earlier reported that the crowned prince is currently spearheading an anti-corruption probe and wealth accumulation at home that saw more than 200 princes and dozens of former ministers being detained.
Prince Mohammed’s rise to power began in 2013, when he was named the head of the Crown Prince’s Court, with the rank of a minister.
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