Saudi Arabian writer
Samira Khashoggi (1935 - March 1986) was the first wife of Egyptian born Mohamed Al-Fayed, and the mother of Dodi Fayed. Her father Muhammad Khashoggi was a medical doctor of Turkish descent — the family name means spoonmaker (Kaşıkçı) in Turkish. She is the sister of Saudi billionaire Adnan Khashoggi She met Mohamed Al-Fayed on the beach in Alexandria, and they married in 1954. The marriage lasted two years, and produced one child, Dodi Fayed.