By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline
Published: 17:36 GMT, 15 March 2019 | Updated: 17:39 GMT, 15 March 2019
An Omani businessman worth more than £300million has been ordered to give his ex £25million after she argued she needed a £400,000-a-year for holidays and a further £60k for pocket money.
Talal Al Zawawi owned about 15% of an Omani business worth more than the £2billion, the Family Division of the High Court in London heard.
The 48-year-old's ex-wife Leila Hammoud, 36, who grew up in Lebanon but now lives in London wanted more than £50million following their divorce after becoming accustomed to high-end living.
Prior to their separation Mr Al Zawawi had cancelled his wife's 'transactions and loans'.
The case was heard at the Family Division of the High Court in London (stock image pictured)
Ms Hammoud said she had shared a 'palace' in Oman with Mr Al Zawawi and enjoyed a lavish lifestyle during a 12-year marriage.
She said she needed £400,000 a year for holidays for her and their three children, more than £60,000 a year to buy jewellery, more than £60,000 a year 'pocket