A photo that appears to show Princess Latifa alive has been posted online and shared with Sky News.
This is the first time it has been seen in public since then Secret video messages To Sky News in February.
In the tapes, she claimed that she was a “hostage” by her father, the ruler of Egypt Dubai.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, always He denied the allegations She was fine and in good health.
Photo, posted two days ago on InstagramIt appears to have been taken at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.
Sky News has not been able to independently verify the image but is aware that it is believed to be legitimate.
Face masks appear on the table, indicating that the photo was taken in the past 18 months.
David Hay, co-founder of Free Latifa and Detained International, said: “We affirm there are many important and potentially positive developments in the campaign.
“We do not intend to provide further comments at this stage, another statement will be issued at the appropriate time,” he added.
The princess tried to escape from her family in March 2018 by attempting to sail across the Indian Ocean, but was sent back to Dubai in what the royal family described as a rescue mission.
She was not seen or heard about in public until earlier this year, when she claimed she was a “hostage” in classified videos released to Sky News.
In the videos, she claimed that she was beaten, drugged, imprisoned, locked in a royal villa, and placed under armed guard.
The sheikh claimed that Latifa was cheated by criminals who wanted money and that returning her to Dubai was a rescue mission.
He insisted that she is well and in good health and that the family wants to preserve their privacy.