Friday, 23 January 2015

Then I was taken to the King of Malaysia under gunpoint, fearing for my safety and well being. Our first encounter happened in one of the Agong's private houses, in what I believe was a place called Bukit Nanas.

Sultan Ahmad Shah ....the story continues:

Sultan Ahmad Shah married twice. First with Almarhumah Tunku Ampuan Afzan binti Tengku Muhammad and second with Sultanah Kalthom. He has 3 sons and 5 daughters.

(with Tengku Ampuan Afzan)

  1. Tengku Meriam (1955)
  2. Tengku Muhaini (1956)
  3. Tengku Aishah Marcella (1957)
  4. Tengku Abdullah (1959), Tengku Mahkota
  5. Tengku Abdul Rahman (1960), Tengku Muda
  6. Tengku Nong Fatimah (1962)
  7. Tengku Shahariah (1964)
(with Sultanah Kalthom)

  1. Tengku Abdul Fahd Muadzam (1994), Tengku Arif Temenggung
And with Dina Briezela Cooper, Sultan Ahmad Shah had one daughter : CARLA 

Dina wants Carla to be acknowledged as the sultan's daughter.
"It is unfair to her to be treated as an outcast. She just wants to visit her father and get to know her half-brothers and -sisters".

The next generation of Pahang royals. Carla's generation!  
"She wanted to have the ability to visit him annually, for a period of two weeks each summer and maybe one or two weeks during her winter break," said Dina.

Dina stressed that Carla never had the intention of becoming a royal princess at all.

"Carla has also informed her father through his lawyers that the reconciliation she sought was not for money and that she was not for sale," said Dina. 

Carla was disappointed when the sultan and his lawyers indicated in previous meetings that he was reluctant to have a steady relationship with his daughter. 

For Dina any settlement must include a written acknowledgment of Carla's paternity, an agreement that Carla be allowed to visit her father annually and that Carla be accepted as one of the sultan's children.

to be continued:

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