Prince Azim (38) of Brunei is dead – VG

JETSETTER: Prince Azim and Mariah Carey at a Christmas gala in London in 2011. Foto: Richard Young / REX / NTB

Prince Azim, son of the Sultan of Brunei, died on Saturday and was buried the same day.

The 38-year-old, who was known to be a party prince and a jet setter, is said to have been ill recently. It is not stated what kind of illness or what is the cause of death.

A number of media, including CNN, report that the funeral, according to the country’s custom, took place on the same day as the death. It was the country’s authorities who announced the death.

Prince Azim liked to mingle with the celebrity fiff in both Europe and the USA. He is depicted with, among others, Mariah Carey, Pamela Anderson, Janet Jackson and Scarlett Johansson.

The prince was also a film producer and was responsible for, among other things, the 2014 film “You’re Not You” with Hilary Swank.

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Controversial Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (74) – one of the richest men in the world – has twelve children, five sons and seven daughters, from three different marriages. Prince Azim was the sixth offspring in the line, and the fourth in line to the throne.

Seven days of national mourning have now been declared in the tiny little state with just over 400,000 inhabitants on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia.

Published: 26.10.20 at 22:47

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