The life journey of Egypt's First Lady, who once caught the public attention for her promising poise and ambition, by now more infamous for corruption and narrowly avoiding jail. Today she admits that certain assets that appeared to belong to her were public property, including charitable funds in her bank accounts, as she side-steps jail by giving back to Egypt what's rightfully Egypt's.
From modest roots in Wales, to more advantaged connections in Egypt, this woman rose to the High Life where she outstayed her welcome, only to aggravate her people and according to reports, incense and motivate the people's fire against the Regime by her crooked and calculated crimes against Egypt.
Mocked Mother Suzanne, she is far more Mother of Nepotism and maybe Mother of Pearl and opulence than the lady of charity she campaigned to appear. We look at what brought her to the jail bars following her years in the public eye and gracing the international halls of advocacy for human rights.