Mohamed Al Fayed Dies at 94 on August 30, 2023. He owned Harrods in London and was Dodi Fayed’s father. He died at 94 years old. Fulham soccer team shared a statement saying he died of old age with loved ones by his side.Al Fayed was an Egyptian businessman who owned Fulham Football Club. He believed Prince Philip and other British royals were responsible for his son’s and Princess Diana’s deaths. He fought against official stories, blaming the British government for the tragic accident in Paris 26 years ago.
Diana and Dodi Fayed died due to reckless driving and camera pursuit, per the investigation. Al Fayed claimed the accident was planned due to the royal family’s disapproval of Diana dating an Egyptian. He said Diana was pregnant and wanted to marry Dodi, against royal family rules.Al Fayed was born in Alexandria, Egypt, on January 27, 1929. He was a successful self-employed businessman. He used to like shipping, but in the 1960s, he went to Britain. In the 80s, he fought with “Tiny” Rowland over running the House of Fraser, including Harrods. This received media attention.
In 1984, Rowland sold 30% of the House of Fraser to Al Fayed and his brother. The following year, they paid 615 million pounds for full control of Harrods. The Department of Trade and Industry found that the brothers lied about their origin, finances, companies, and resources. In 1995 and 1998, Al Fayed’s British citizenship requests were denied.Al Fayed remained important in British society despite some arguments. According to the Sunday Times Rich List, his family’s wealth was $2.1 billion (1.7 billion pounds). He ranked 104th in Britain’s wealth this year.
Al Fayed was famous for owning Harrods and discussing his son and Princess Diana’s deaths. He also aided people financially and was a disruptive figure in British business. After his death, people wonder what he will be remembered for and what conspiracy theories he believed in.His family said he had a happy retirement, surrounded by loved ones. The family hasn’t mentioned plans for a memorial event or other activities