Egyptian actress Rania Youssef recently sat down for an intimate television interview.
She discussed her life, including her three marriages and the lessons she learned from each.
Youssef revealed that her first marriage, to producer Mohamed Mokhtar, was the most successful of the three, while challenges marked her other unions and ultimately ended in divorce.
Rania Youssef has two daughters who, she says, are supportive and encouraging of her desire to find love again.
They even play an active role in her dating life, choosing her outfits and offering advice on potential suitors.
Despite her past relationships, Youssef remains open to marriage and love.
She admitted she still has feelings for a former boyfriend but would not be against rekindling their romance if they were both single.
When discussing her fashion choices, Youssef emphasized that she wears what makes her comfortable and confident, whether short or long, open or closed garments.
Reflecting on her second and third marriages, Youssef admitted that her second marriage was a mistake, while her third was due to pressure from her and her spouse’s children.
She shared her belief that men should spoil women and that she breaks men in her unique way.
The decision to divorce was not easy for Youssef, who cut her hair as a symbolic gesture of taking control and making the tough decision.
This act signified her newfound independence and determination to forge her path.
In addition to discussing her personal life, Youssef addressed a recent dispute with her ex-husband, Mohamed Mukhtar.
Mukhtar claimed in a televised statement that he provides for his daughters financially and sends thousands of pounds to Youssef each month.
In response, Youssef took to Instagram to express her disappointment in his claims, stating that her position is greater than responding to someone like him.
Mukhtar also mentioned a documented agreement between the two not publicly discussing their personal lives.
He claimed to have honored this agreement for five years but felt compelled to speak out due to mounting pressure.
As Youssef continues to navigate her personal and professional life, she is clearly committed to finding happiness, both in love and in her career.