|First Lady of the Maldives|
|Inaugural holder||Naseema Mohamed|
|Formation||November 11, 1968|
First Lady of the Maldives is the title attributed to the wife of the president of the Maldives. The title of First Lady is utilized by the government and official publications. The country's current first lady is Fazna Ahmed, wife of President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, who had held the position since November 17, 2018. There has been no first gentleman of the Maldives to date.
The Maldives was a sultanate from 1965 until 1968. The Second Republic of the Maldives was established in 1968 with the President as head of state. The position of First Lady was established in 1968 with the establishment of the post-independence presidency.
|No.||Name||Portrait||Term Began||Term Ended||President of the Maldives||Notes|
|1||Naseema Mohamed||November 11, 1968||November 11, 1978||Ibrahim Nasir||Naseema Mohamed was the country's inaugural first lady following the establishment of the Second Republic. She was the third wife of President Ibrahim Nasir.|
|2||Nasreena Ibrahim||November 11, 1978||November 11, 2008||Maumoon Abdul Gayoom||The longest tenured first lady in the country's history.|
|3||Laila Ali Abdulla||November 11, 2008||February 7, 2012||Mohamed Nasheed|
|4||Ilham Hussain||February 7, 2012||November 17, 2013||Mohammed Waheed Hassan|
|5||Fathimath Ibrahim||November 17, 2013||November 17, 2018||Abdulla Yameen|
|6||Fazna Ahmed||November 17, 2018||Present (Term ends on 17 November 2023)||Ibrahim Mohamed Solih|