Rouba Saadeh Wiki, Age, Husband, Family, Children, Biography & More

Rouba Saadeh

Rouba Saadeh is a Lebanese fashion designer. She is the wife of the famous Italian actor and singer Michele Morrone.


Rouba Saadeh was born on April 15, in Lebanon. She studied at Collège Notre-Dame de Jamhour, Baabda. She did BSc in Graphic Designing and a Master’s in Business Administration from Lebanese American University, Beirut. She did a Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Designing from Istituto Marangoni and went to Central Saint Martins, London to do a summer course in fashion designing.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 6″

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Family & Ethnicity

She is of Arab descent. [1]Mag. Not much is known about her parents. She has a sister named Abir Saadeh and also has a brother.

Rouba Saadeh with her Sister

Rouba Saadeh with her Sister

Rouba Saadeh with her Brother

Rouba Saadeh with her Brother

Husband & Children

In 2014, she got married to Michele Morrone, and they both got divorced in 2018.

Rouba Saadeh with Michele Morrone

Rouba Saadeh with Michele Morrone

They have two sons- Marcus (born in 2014), and Brado (born in 2017).

Rouba Saadeh's Sons

Rouba Saadeh’s Sons


She began her career at the company Alfa MIC1 in Beirut as a graphic web designer; she worked at Alfa for almost two and a half years. She worked with the label Elie Saab as an assistant for the head of the design team (Haute Couture & Pret-a-Porter) for a few months, before establishing her designer-based concept store ‘Les Paradis Des Fous’ in 2013.

Les Paradis Des Fous Logo

Les Paradis Des Fous Logo

In June 2019, she joined as the senior ready-to-wear coordinator at Elie Saab. Rouba also works as a freelance graphic designer.


  • In her leisure time, she either hangs out with her friends and family or spends time with her sons.
  • She has an infinity sign tattooed on her wrist and also has some works tattooed on the right side of her chest.
    Rouba Saadeh Tattoos
  • She is a polyglot and is fluent in Arabic, English, French, and Italian.

References   [ + ]

1. Mag.

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