Saudi prince blends in crowd with bodyguards at Turkish resort in Bodrum
Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud continued to tour the Aegean province of Muğla’s Bodrum district flanked by a large group of bodyguards on the second day of his vacation in Turkey.
The prince and his family arrived in Bodrum early on Aug. 14 for a holiday.
The Saudi prince spent his time in Bodrum swimming and playing water sports during the day and went on an outing at night.
At least 40 bodyguards also accompanied him as he rented out an entire café in Bodrum.
The prince stayed at this café for two hours with his friends and family members. Bodrum locals also showed interest in the prince and asked to be photographed with him.
Their private jumbo jet landed at the Milas-Bodrum Airport under tight security measures on Aug. 14. The family got into six VIP cars and one bus waiting on the runway and were escorted to the city center by two police vehicles and security guards.
Around 300 items of luggage and 30 bicycles were transferred to the truck and their belongings were taken to a villa in the Göltürkbükü neighborhood.
The Saudi prince and his family will reportedly stay in Bodrum for a week and will later embark on a blue voyage with a private yacht.