The Muhammad Ali dynasty ruled Egypt without interruption from Muhammad Ali's seizure of power in 1805 until the proclamation of the Republic in 1953. Eleven individuals (all of them men) ruled Egypt during the dynasty's 148-year lifespan. Due to the polygamous unions of several 19th-century rulers and their often numerous offspring, it is impossible to list all of the descendants of Muhammad Ali Pasha in a single chart. The family tree below is far from exhaustive; its mere aim is to show the family relationships between the dynasty's eleven rulers as well as its two regents.

Marriage
Descent
Monarch MONARCHS
Amina HanimMonarch(1)
MUHAMMAD ALI PASHA
Wāli (1805–48)
Ayn al-Hayat Qadin
Bamba QadinTusun PashaMonarch(2)
IBRAHIM PASHA
Wāli (1848)
Hoshiyar QadinMonarch(4)
SA'ID PASHA
Wāli (1854–63)
Mahivech HanimMonarch(3)
ABBAS I
Wāli (1848–54)
Shafaq Nur HanimMonarch(5)
ISMA'IL PASHA
Wāli (1863–67)
Khedive (1867–79)
Nur Felek QadinFerial Qadin
Damad Prince Ibrahim Ilhamy PashaNasrin Qadin
Emina IlhamyMonarch(6)
TEWFIK PASHA
Khedive (1879–92)
Monarch(8)
HUSSEIN KAMEL
Sultan (1914–17)
Monarch(9)
FUAD I
Sultan (1917–22)
King (1922–36)
Nazli Sabri
Ikbal HanimMonarch(7)
ABBAS II
Khedive (1892–1914)
Prince Muhammad Ali Tewfik
Regent for Farouk I (1936–37)
Narriman SadekMonarch(10)
FAROUK I
King (1936–52)
Prince Muhammad Abdel Moneim
Regent for Fuad II (1952–53)
Monarch(11)
FUAD II
King (1952–53)




Simplified version

Muhammad Ali Pasha
Wāli 1805-48(1)
Tusun PashaIbrahim Pasha
Wāli 1848(2)
Isma'il Kamil PashaSa'id Pasha
Wāli 1854-63(4)
Abbas Hilmi I
Wāli 1848-54(3)
Ahmad Rifaat PashaIsma'il Pasha
Wāli 1863-67(5)
Khedive 1867-79
Mustafa Fazıl Pasha
Damad Prince Ibrahim Ilhamy Pasha
Emina IlhamyTewfik Pasha
Khedive 1879-92(6)
Hussein Kamel
Sultan 1914-17(8)
Fuad I
Sultan 1917-22(9)
King 1922-36
Abbas Hilmi II
Khedive 1892-1914(7)
Muhammad Ali Tewfik
(Regent 1936–37)
Prince Kamal el Dine HusseinFarouk I
King 1936-52(10)
Muhammad Abdel Moneim
(Regent 1952–53)
Fuad II
King 1952-53(11)
Prince Abbas HilmiMuhammad Ali, Prince of the Sa'id

See also