Secrecy surrounds Sabrine’s honeymoon plans
Egyptian resigned actress Sabrine went on a two-week honeymoon with her new husband, Egyptian businessman Sadiq Jalal, to a place she refused to mention to anyone not wanting her personal life all over the tabloids. The actress had gotten married in complete privacy with the presence of only the closest friends and family members.
According to the Egyptian weekly, Al Nogoom, Sabrine stressed that she does not plan to live in the US as previous rumors had it due to her husband’s work. Jalal owns a tourism agency in the state of New Jersey called Platinum. She added that she could never imagine living outside her country and not be surrounded by her family and friends.
Sabrine noted that she had come to an agreement with her husband that he will be traveling every once in a while to the US for his work, while she stayed in Egypt. The actress denied sayings that she intends on returning to the acting world, and is surprised many had in fact believed her return. She said that her acting career is completely over and the thought of returning is impossible.
Previously, Sabrine had postponed her wedding date for the sake of her only son Omar. Sabrine refused to make any arrangements for the wedding until her son is through with his end of year school exams at the American school in Cairo.
Sabrine had celebrated her engagement to Tareq amidst a small number of close family members and friends. She had announced that she will marry Sadiq, who resides in the United States of America and is cousin of former Egyptian actress Suhair Ramzi.
Sabrine set previous conditions for her husband–to-be that state that she will not under any circumstance take off her Hijab (Islamic headdress) or return to acting, which Sadiq agreed to.
In a complete secrecy and without the mentioning of any reason, Sabrine separated from her husband Yaser Abdul Lateef, a successful Egyptian businessman, last October. The star refused to comment on the news, but said that she wanted to be left alone with her only son Noor at her mother’s house in Cairo. Several news circulated saying that the star gave up all her financial rights, in order to quickly finish the procedures.
Sabrine had begun her show business career at the age of five. Her relationship with her father, who was a trapeze artist with the National Circus, was similar, in many respects, to that shared by Umm Kulthoum and her father, which granted the star the opportunity to successfully play the role of Umm Kalthoum in the latest TV series she acted before her retirement. – Albawaba.com