OSAMA Bin Laden’s son has applied for a British visa so he can live in Moulton with his wife Jane Felix-Browne, it has been claimed.
Omar Bin Laden, 26, has been interviewed with his wife Jane Felix-Browne, 52, by British Embassy officials in Cairo, where he is currently living, according to a Sunday newspaper.
In the latest twist to the Felix-Browne saga, the couple plan to set up home in Jane’s £550,000 home in Moulton, Cheshire, have a child through a surrogate mother and work as “peace activists”.
Omar and six-times-married Jane, who changed her name to Zaina Al Sabah Bin Laden, have given the embassy access to their bank accounts and the son of the world’s most wanted man has divorced his first wife, the mother of his two-year-old son, to prove his marriage to Jane is genuine.
He and Jane, who has three sons and five grandchildren, married following a whirlwind romance in September 2006 after meeting outside the Pyramids in Cairo.
The couple made their application to the embassy in Cairo last November.
The couple are also organising a 3,000-mile horse ride from Cairo to Morocco in support of “peace” and in defiance of the threat of terrorist attacks in the area.
Jane and Omar reportedly divorced last year, but it had been staged following a series of death threats.