Usama bin Laden’s youngest widow wants to live in Britain and bring her five kids fathered by the evil terror master with her.
And with breathtaking gall, she said, “I would love to meet the royal family.”
Besotted Amal Abdulfattah al Sadah, 29 — who wed bin Laden when she was 17 because she wanted a “holy warrior” husband — supported his war on the West and went on the run with him after 9/11.
She was wounded in the leg trying to shield him when US commandos shot him dead in Pakistan, aged 54, last year.
She was even tipped to take over as boss of al Qaeda.
She denies being an extremist, claiming she longs to live with her family in the country her husband despised.
Her brother Zakaria al Sadah told The Sun, “We would definitely like to live in the UK — we have nothing against the UK or its people. Amal would migrate there if given a chance.”
“She loves humanity and likes to live in a liberal environment,” he added. “She is not an extremist. If she was asked to lead al Qaeda, I don’t think Amal would be ready. She wants to live a peaceful life now. I will convince Amal that she must stop contacts with al Qaeda.”
In records of interviews with Pakistan intelligence officers — obtained by The Sun — al Sadah praises the royal family and the British.
She said, “I believe the UK people and the government are more polite and friendly than US people. I am sure they believe in peace more than military actions. I would love to meet the UK royal family.”
“They have a huge attraction and they always work for peace,” she added. “Britain’s elected government is a little inclined to the US but the royal family is always doing good works.”
Al Sadah, other widows Khairia, 61, and Siham, 48, and two older bin Laden kids were due to fly to Saudi Arabia, before possibly heading to Yemen