Former Harrods and Fulham FC owner Mohamed Al Fayed has died at the age of 94.
The Egyptian-born businessman was best known as a former owner of the department store, which he sold to Qatar Holdings in May 2010.
He then took over London based football club Fulham FC, which he eventually sold to the US businessman Shahid Khan.
Al Fayed’s son, the film producer Dodi Fayed, died in Paris on 31 August, 1997, in the same car crash as Princess Diana.
The businessmen claimed the crash was not an accident and that it had been orchestrated by the British security services, fighting a long campaign.
His passing comes just one day after the 26th anniversary of his son’s death.
The 94-year-old was buried after Friday prayers at London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park.