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Sheikh Khalifa with his grandchidren on the first day of Eid Al Fitr. Royal Family Instagram
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Rare pictures of the UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan celebrating Eid Al Fitr have gone viral on social media.
Photos posted on the UAE royal family’s Instagram account show Sheikh Khalifa enjoying some family moments with his grandchildren.
Sheikh Khalifa cherishes bonding with his grandchildren.
The pictures appeared to be taken indoors as this year, because of the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, everyone in the UAE marked Eid festivities at home.
The pictures have so far garnered over 14,000 likes.
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