|September 2, 1968
|Raghad Hussein age
|55 YEARS OLD
Raghad Hussein, a well-known family member in Iraq, has amassed an estimated net worth of $2 billion as of 2024. Raghad Hussein, the eldest daughter of the late Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, has retained a significant fortune over the years. Born into a prominent political family, Raghad's net worth stems from her familial ties and the various business ventures she and her family have been involved in. While she may have faced both praise and criticism due to her lineage, there is no denying the substantial wealth she has accumulated throughout her life.
The eldest daughter of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and and his wife Sajida Talfah. She has since earned the name "Little Saddam" by defending her father's legacy and encouraging the insurgency into Iraq.
She was married and had given birth to her first child at the age of sixteen. All five of her children were born before she was twenty six, long before the downfall of her father's regime and before she fled to Jordan.
In 2015, she sold a number of original jewelry piece inspired by her father and late husband.
She was married to Iraqi defector Hussein Kamel al-Majid in 1983. Her sister, Rana, was married to Kamel's brother. Both men were killed after they were declared traitors by fellow clan members. She and Kamel had five children, three sons and two daughters.
After fleeing to Jordan in 2006, she became a guest of the Hashemite royal family under King Abdullah II.