Prince Azim, the son of the Sultan of Brunei and fourth in line to the country's throne, has died.
A state-declared seven day mourning period has been announced in the country, after the 38-year-old film producer passed away on Saturday.
The prince was known for hosting lavish parties attended by some of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
Brunei has an absolute monarchy, meaning it is not limited or restrained by laws or a constitution. In 2019, Brunei hit headlines after it made anal sex and adultery offences punishable by stoning to death.
The news of Prince Azim’s passing was officially announced by Brunei’s government, however they have not revealed the cause of death.
According to Vice, local media report he has been in hospital “for quite some time”.
Prince Azim was the second son of the Sultan and is thought to have spent a lot of his life overseas, attending a top school in the UK before moving to the US to pursue a film producer career.
He produced You’re Not You in 2014, starring Hilary Swank and in 2018 he produced The Happy Prince featuring Colin Firth and Rupert Everett.
Azim was reportedly known for throwing lavish parties and was often spotted mingling with some of the biggest stars in Tinseltown, including Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson and Joan Collins.
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