Dubai’s Crown Prince Is The King Of Instagram And Here’s Why

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Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council has over 6 million followers on Instagram and if you want a glimpse into the Arab royal family’s lifestyle, you ought to follow his account – faz3 

What Is It?

Popularly known as Fazza, the 34-year-old crown prince is an avid instagrammer and shares posts of his incredible lifestyle, princely affairs and adventurous hobbies on a regular basis. Though Fazza is the Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, the Dubai Autism Centre, and the Dubai Sports Council apart from his royal duties, he uses his account not only to showcase his humanitarian duties as the Crown Prince but also to give his followers from around the world an insight into his personality via posts of himself in a multitude of adrenaline-riddled and breathtaking situations. What better way to mold a self brand image in today’s digital savvy world!?

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#Yearofgiving 1.2.2017 #عام_الخير

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#Dubai #UAE #Hyperlapse #DubaiCanal

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The heart of Dubai ❤ #Canon5dsr #Justgoshoot #Dubai

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With #myfriend tag your friend.

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Why hello there #mydubai 👃🏼 سلم عليهم

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What’s In It?

Name an adventure sport and it is likely that Fazza has tried it. Skydiving, horseback riding, cycling, ziplining, scuba diving, spearfishing, snowboarding, deep sea diving, hoverboarding; he’s done it all. Apart from being an adventure sports enthusiast, he is a published poet, an animal lover, an extremely talented photographer who especially loves capturing Dubai’s beauty and a passionate traveler. His Instagram is a visual treat and his personal touch with simple captions makes them relatable to all his followers. He also posts pictures of his family and this way his followers are familiarised with the rest of the royal clan. He’s on par with the news channels in giving out tidbits about happenings in Dubai, for example, videos of immense fog shrouding Dubai, Burj Al Arab new year fiasco etc.

His Instagram bio says “Every picture has a story and every story has a moment I’d love to share with you,”. If you go through his profile, you will realize that he stays true to his bio.

 

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With the Champ @d5d_ #nassports مع البطل

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It’s time for a new exciting adventure from @x_line #zipline #MyDubai @uncle_saeed 😂

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#Spectacular view #Dubai #MyDubai ☁️☁️ #دبي

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Stay tuned for the second part of our cave diving experience!

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أنت القائد والـملهم .. وستبقى #القمة_العالمية_للحكومات #استئناف_الحضارة

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They say double trouble.. I say double ❤

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What’s Unique?

Though he has 6 million followers, he follows only a select 144 accounts. Apart from the Royal leaders of Dubai and other members of the royal family, he follows accounts of public figures like Tesla co-founder Elon Musk, renowned photographer Paul Nicken, Vancouver based Callum Snape and pages like National Geographic, Ocean Magazine, ThePhotoSociety attributing to his love for photography , pages like XDubai and SkydiveDubai and Skydiver and base jumper Jeff Provenzano from New York attributing to his love for adrenaline pumping adventures and Zach King, the magic vines YouTuber.

Deets 

Follow his account here and get a glimpse into the royal lifestyle here

 

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Lakshmi Menon
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