The former owner of the popular London store, Harrods, Mohamed Al Fayed, has died. He was aged 94.
The businessman Al Fayed was the father of Dodi, who was killed alongside Princess of Wales, Diana, in a car crash in Paris, France, many years ago.
Born in Egypt, Al Fayed built a business empire in the Middle East before moving to the United Kingdom in the 1970s.
According to the BBC, he never realised his ambition to get a passport for his adopted country.
After his eldest son Dodi was killed in a car crash alongside Princess Diana, Al Fayed spent years questioning the circumstances surrounding their deaths.
He had remained largely out of the public limelight in the past decade, living in his Surrey mansion with his wife Heini.