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Malaysia's Queen expresses wish to adopt Sarawakian girl, 2, with 'Werewolf Syndrome'

KUCHING — Malaysia’s Queen, Tunku Azizah Maimunah Iskandariah, has expressed her wish to adopt a two-year-old girl born with excessive facial and upper body hair due to a condition known as Werewolf Syndrome, said the toddler’s father.

Mr Roland said he had only received an official letter from Istana Negara and had not received an invitation for a meeting with Tunku Azizah.

“I haven’t received a call, but I am ready to take Missclyen to meet the Raja Permaisuri Agong if invited,” he said.

Previously, Harian Metro reported the story of Missclyen, who not only suffered from CGH syndrome but was also born without nostrils.

On Sept 10, Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah and his wife had met Missclyen at the grounds of Al-Falah Mosque in Sarawak during their visit to the state. NEW STRAITS TIMES

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