Saudi Princess Amira al-Taweel took pole position this week on a list of the most popular Saudi women on micro-blogging site Twitter, after the number of her followers reached 662,170, pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat reported on Tuesday.
Princess Amira also came in at number 19 among the most influential Saudi figures on Twitter, the daily said, citing a report on social media in the kingdom.
Among the most popular female Saudis on Twitter, artist Rim Abdullah came in second with 404,078 followers while television presenter Lujain Omran came in third with 195,264 followers.
Ruqaya al-Mohareb, rhetoric of science instructor at Princess Noura University, came in fourth with a number of followers of 194,437. Owner of the account "Zhour" (flowers) came in fifth with 188,704 followers and writer Badria al-Bishr came in sixth with 185,592 followers.
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