BLUE BLOOD: First Glimpse at Prince Ali Reza's daughter in mother's Arms

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BLUE BLOOD: First Glimpse at Prince Ali Reza's daughter in mother's Arms
by Darius Kadivar
07-Nov-2011
 

CORRECTION: It has been confirmed to me that the women in question in the photo is not the little Princess' Mother "Raha Didevar" but rather a Family Friend ( or Cousin ?) Mrs. "Golnar Samii". The Child however is indeed Prince Ali Reza's daughter. 

 

 

A photo of Princess Iryana Leila Pahlavi, the daughter of Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi who was born on July 26th,2001 to his relationship with Fiancé Raha Didevar has been circulating on FB. Pending confirmation this is a first glimpse of the young child in her mother's arms. (ERROR SEE ABOVE)

Previous announcements by the Pahlavi Family had asked fellow compatriots to respect the privacy of the new born baby and child. It is difficult to imagine that the photos have been circulating without the full approval of the mother and without the knowledge of the Pahlavi family itself.

According to the previous Iranian Constitution of 1906 , Prince Ali Reza was second in Line to the Peacock throne after Crown Prince Reza given that only male heir's can succeed to the Throne. Great Britain and the Commonwealth have only recently amended the Royal Succession laws so as to equally acknowledge female heirs to the throne. Sweden has amended it's Constitution back in 1979 upon Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf’s personal suggestion making Princess Victoria the Crown Princess of Sweden.

The royal decree took effect only in January 1st, 1980 after a vote in Parliament. Strangely enough, in Great Britain (which does not have a written Constitution) the decision of amending the Royal Succession laws was suggested by the Prime Minister and upon his own initiative and not the Monarch who despite her Royal Prerogatives as Head of State, nevertheless, has no say in such decisions regarding the shaping of the Royal Institution.

Wishing the mother and beautiful baby a Long Life of Happiness and Joy regardless of what life and destiny may hold for them in the future ...

Photo Tribute: The Royal Family of Iran

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juliet

best wishes for the new princess...

by juliet on

what an absolutely adorable baby! I am sitting here in disbelief as how empress Farah, crown prince Reza and his wife Yasmine who have three daughters themselves and run a charity foundation for sick Iranian children, have not publicly appeared next to this new addition to their family! I as a stranger feel for the innocent baby! how can they ignore a new life , their own grand child and niece and yet claim to be comapassionate humanitarians willing to save children of Iran!!!!! this is their own flesh and blood, and not a single picture of the baby has yet appeared on any of their websites so far! charity begins at home your highnesses!!!!


statira

Where are the other members

by statira on

of the Royal family? I'm sure if Alireza did not commit suicide, he would've married the girl for the sake of this baby. It seems that Farah and Reza pahlavi are not that bright and rational as they pretend to be. It seems like they ignoring this precious baby.


anglophile

I let you into a little secret

by anglophile on

Inspired by Mossadegh's kachal head and many of the present Mossadeghists lack of facial hair HRH Prince William (who is related to the late Sir Winston Churchill) is donating his royal fluff to be transplanted on those bare skins as a reminder of the growth experienced due to MossadeGh's oil nationalisation policy - ROTFLMAO 

aynak

Truthseeker

by aynak on

 

Garbage, Rasheedan brothers and their ghosts here are scared shit of their own past.   It is very funny 60+ years post the coup, CIA files still has names of individuals crossed out?  That tells you the Kashani/Mola/Shah all these fcking traitors have been running Iran since the coup one way or another and are still running Iran.   Otherwise, whose identity are they trying to protect?   

 Being a royalist is really being in a perpetual state of inferiroty complex.  These individuals clearly have no self confidence, nor self belief and see themselves as so inadequate that their only pleasure is to kiss a royal arse.  Or in this case find a pubic hair of royal family in their food or something.   I guess whatever makes them feel adaquate.   Any way, these Shaboon Beemokhs are not worthy of discussion, I just had a couple of minutes to burn prior to a trip and filed this one.

Let them kiss the royal behind, bend over under knees and heels and kiss their hands and feet.   That's just their nature and can not be changed.

 

 

 

 

 


anglophile

aynak joon & truth joon

by anglophile on

HRH Prince William has saved a special public gift for the JM loyalists and closeted (you know what "truth")   more LOL 

Simorgh5555

Darius

by Simorgh5555 on

Step back and take a deep breath and ask yourself whether your own behaviour is obnoxious or not. This is the danger of becoming too emotionally involved. Shepesh is far from a monarchist but he has not made a single comment which is in any way dispataging to the late Ali Reza or her daughter. He really did not deserve this kind of beliggerent outburst from you and to demean an entire nation as "geda parast" and "ahmagh" because they are a different school of thought from you. You were not just being politically incorrect but positively offensive yourself. If you can tolerate Marjaneh Satrapi who called the Shah a "bastrard" and promote her work  as if you were her agent and manager of her fan club then you can tolerate Shepesh. 

 


Truthseeker9

Anglophile

by Truthseeker9 on

How sweet that you and Prince William are so close. That rascal,  he only got married recently and already ...


anglophile

Aynak joon how about this deal?

by anglophile on

A thread of Prince Williams's pubic hair with the entire Jebhe Melli's past, present and future - LOL

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aynak

I would not trade a hair of Bahareh Hedayat or Nasreen Sotudeh

by aynak on

 

For the entire royal family.

 

 

 

 

 


Darius Kadivar

Shepesh Oh Yes I can see Your "Manhood" alright ...

by Darius Kadivar on

behind your Anonymous cheap Shots towards a mother and child who have done nothing to recieve such acrimonious and hateful messages by you and your other anonymous Likeminds ...

Take Care Phony ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBasrTmASPI

 


anglophile

What on earth are you folk talking about?

by anglophile on

Truthseeker

 

Nobody meant to insult your faith. I have supported Bahaiis and will continue to do so the fact that the linked website was a Bahaii teaser was by chance. Abdulbaha was a great anglophile and that is why he was awarded a KBE! And he was wearing a hat as well :)

 

that's all - you fellows are too quick to betray your true colours. 


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Darius Kadivar

Boro Baba Yek Mellateh "Geda Parast" Can't Handle "Democracy"

by Darius Kadivar on

COMPLAINING JOMHURYKHAH: What Have the Pahlavis EVER Done For Us ? ;0)

Even the far more backward Libyans have understood their Mistake 42 years ago 

1960s Libya: A Glimpse of Life Before Gaddafi

instead of finding excuses and repackaging the same Marxist Clichés on the Right of the "Masses" ...

You feel sorry for yourself ?

Then go Fix the Shit you created for everyone and yourselves thinking that you were entitled to "Democracy"  like a Spoiled Child waiting for his "Eidy" on Nowrooz ...

Truth and Consequences : In 1979 educated people thought change of regime would bring fairness and equality by omeedvar


So Don't Blame Us for Prefering Your Own Misery ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8BN0dI5e_A

To a Society which despite it's democratic shortcomings was at least one of equal Opportunity and progress ...

pictory: Iran's Industrial Progress-Pahlavi Era Promotional Film (1970's)

pictory: Promotional Film on Women during Pahlavi Era (1970's)

But More importantly of Beauty and Joy ...

Yade Iran bekheir Farrokhzad

Ramesh Gatebeh : Ramesh Sings "Asmar Yaaram" with Nozar Azadi

Which You Folks destroyed with your own hands and then fled like the rest of us miserable lots ...

All YOUR Republic Managed to deliver was Self Pity and Ugliness ...

Mullah Crying Fake about Imam Hussain (as)

So don't expect me to spill Crocodile Tears for YOUR Own ANN TELECTUAL Failure...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqXOLUz5U_M


 

  

 

 

 

 

 


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Darius Kadivar

"Blue Blood" is about "Duty" Not "Privaledge" Knock Head ...

by Darius Kadivar on


Yasmine’s Misison for the Children of Iran By DK

 

Look Where YOU Johmhurykhah's Put YOUR DUTY to contribution :

 

Sacrificing an entire generation ... 

 

SARBAZ: Fereidoun Farrokhzad helps child soldiers of Iran Iraq War


Not to mention all the Collateral damages you inflicted on so many innocent Iranians who were hardly responsible for your Poor Choice.


Gobtzadeh translates khomeyni hichi!!


Including this beautiful girl's innocent father ...

 

Mellateh Olagheh Shepeshoo !

 

Best,

 

DK 

 

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Darius Kadivar

No They Aren't Some Kids are More 'Equal' than Others ...

by Darius Kadivar on


Roozbeh_Gilani

Thank you shepesh.

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

I hope this baby and many thousands of iranian babies who were born about the same time as him but were not mentioned or abused  here because "their blood was not true", grow up to see an Iran, where people are respected as equal human beings, regardless of their parentage, religion, gender,ethnicity, political belifs. In short, an Iran free of Shah or Sheikh.

And a cute baby he is indeed. Congradulations to the family. 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


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Shemirani

Trop mignonne !!!

by Shemirani on

What a beautiful Baby !! Cutie pieeeee kheli Naze !

Wishing Princess Iryana and her mother all the happiness on earth !


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Truthseeker9

Ey vay?

by Truthseeker9 on

And what is the link between Monarchy and attack on Bahai here? And reading the rubbish article people can see for themselves what the charges were made to Bahais in a Muslim country, and the proposterous accusations, and your own ignorance.

I am glad you are showing what backward thinking Iroonis resort to when hurt, obviously you cannot handle any criticism without taking what you consider to be a personal jibe and attack on a Minority. Am glad you show your priorities and what you people stand for. This is why you will NEVER get your beloved Monarchy back in Iran!  

And I am not a Bahai sweetie, just defend Human Rights over your pathetic fascination with "Blue Blood", celebrity and vanity for posing.

Just glad you are so proud of making a fool of yourself. 


anglophile

Truthseeker jon

by anglophile on

Don't you think that there is a connection between wearing hats and being a good anglophile like this one:

http://agamabahai.blogspot.com/

 

wink wink :)  


Shah4Iran

نور چشم :)

Shah4Iran


برایشان آرزوی خوشبختی و تندرستی داریم!

 


Truthseeker9

Ghorboon tasadogh

by Truthseeker9 on

They are all a part of HISTORY. BTW this guy also calls himself Prince:

http://www.thecoast.ca/binary/3ee3/1320088054-prince.jpg

Do you think there is a connection between people who wear hats like kadivar and our Lauded Purple one? What's with the hats?


anglophile

اختر بابا توهم دیگه از بیمزگی نمیدونی چی‌ بگی‌

anglophile


 

داداش من توی همون پندار نیک‌ رو بچسب سنگین تری - در ضمن وقت کردی برو یه نیم ساعت تو آب نمک بخواب. 

 


anglophile

Truthseek joon wake up and smell the coffee daadaash

by anglophile on

The defunct and deposed Qajar tribe are still calling themselves Soltan and Soltan khanoom - baba tou kojaar kaari daadaasham? LOL

 

http://iranian.com/main/2011/jan/soltan-ali-mirza-qajar


Truthseeker9

Blue blood: Noble or aristocratic descent

by Truthseeker9 on

How shallow. And who exactly determines this is a "Princess"? Since the Pahlavis were deposed 30+ years ago? Their titles and priviledges are no longer valid, except for beekars who need to put others on a pedastal.

Get a life!


Faramarz

گوگولی مگولی!

Faramarz


Thanks DK for the picture. She looks like her daddy.

Best wishes to the little Iryana and her mom.