House of Saud
The House of Saud (Arabic: آل سُعُود, romanized: ʾĀl Suʿūd IPA: [ʔaːl sʊʕuːd]) is the royal family of Saudi Arabia. They are descendants of Muhammad bin Saud, founder of the Emirate of Diriyah, known as the First Saudi state (1727–1818). Members of his family are usually future Saudi Kings. The family has almost 15,000 members; however about 2,000 of them are royals. The family's net worth are said to be at $1.4 trillion.
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