Sheikh Mohammed with his grandchildren.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, shares a picture of his father His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, with his two grandchildren sitting on his lap.
Sheikh Mohammed is seen with his two grand-kids Sheikha Hind Bint Mohammed Al Sharqi and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalid Al Nahyan.
Sheikh Hamdan posted the photo on his Instagram account alongside with a caption of heart emoji ‘❤️’, commenting, “My father, Mohammed Bin Rashid, and the grandchildren.”
Earlier, Hamdan shared a fascinating video of wildlife in Dubai.
The breathtaking video starts on a desert wildlife reserve where giraffes, elephants, falcons and Arabian oryx share the same habitat.
The video has been created against the backdrop of the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa.
It starts with the elephants and giraffes chasing each other.
The clip then pans around the vicinity and shows the elephants taking down a tree to feed themselves.
A pack of giraffes are seen in the nightfall with the Burj Khalifa shining in the background.
An oryx makes its way through the desert while a falcon flies away to its destiny.
Sheikh Hamdan’s video highlights a very strong message about Dubai.
The Crown Prince posted the note on his Twitter account with the caption, “In the UAE, we are one family and no one is a foreigner.”
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