Do you remember the beautiful retired artist Shams Al-Baroudi? .. Watch how she looked in her latest appearance as she celebrates her birthday. You will not believe her looks and features | Pictures


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        </p><div itemprop="articleBody"><p>Yesterday, the retired artist, Shams Al-Baroudi, celebrated her birthday with her husband, the great artist, Hassan Youssef, and her family, as she was born on October 4, 1945.


Pictures of the artist Shams Al-Baroudi
In that report, we publish to you the latest pictures of the retired artist “Shams Al-Baroudi”, and the proverb “All you grow is beautiful” applies to her, where the artist “Shams Al-Baroudi” appears.

In the pictures, with her beautiful smile, wearing the hijab, which she retired after wearing it in her youth, after performing the Umrah in 1982, and decided to devote herself to worship, her husband and her children, and to stay away from the spotlight.

About the artist Shams Al-Baroudi
Through her statements, she indicated her real name, “Shams Al-Malouk Jamil Al-Baroudi”, and that she is the eldest daughter of her family, which consists of 6 daughters and a son, and she added that she has a half-sister from the mother’s name, “Nevan”, and she died at a young age, and she is the mother of the artist, “Ghada Adel”.

She revealed that she belongs to the Syrian Baroudi family, and we have a big house in Syria, and our lineage ends with Imam Hussein.

He worked as a manager for Kafoury’s spinning and weaving factories. I was born in the Warraq area in Giza, and we moved to a villa with a large garden in Maadi. As a child, I joined the gymnastics and ballet teams.

Entering the art
Shams Al-Baroudi said when she reached the age of 16, we were visiting a friend of my father, and he lived next to director Ibrahim Shukry, and he saw me, and he was preparing for the series “Qatar Al Nada”, and he offered my father to play this role, but my father and mother refused at the time because of high school ,

But I was happy with the idea of ​​fame and spotlight, and indeed my pictures were placed on the cover of magazines, and then the shows flooded, and I joined the Institute of Dramatic Arts, and I left art when I was in my late twenties.



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