Rabat – On the 19th anniversary of King Mohammed VI’s accession to the throne, Moroccan and foreign celebrities—singers, actors, television host and comedians—have shared congratulation messages, expressing their love for the King. The celebrities and friends of the King have once again shown their patriotism and dedication to their country on social media. Singer Dounia Batma, producer RedOne, singer Hatim Ammor, model Leila Hadioui, football coach Hervé Renard, and footballer Mehdi Benatia all remembered the special day for Moroccans. “On the occasion of the Throne Day, the 19th anniversary of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may God bless him and grant him peace on the throne of his blessed ancestors, I would like to extend a greeting, all of which is love, appreciation and respect for our leader and our beloved King. May God bless you and grant you lasting health,” said Moroccan singer Dounia Batma. Having lived in Morocco for over 2 years and taken the Atlas Lions to the 2018 World Cup as coach of the national football team, Frenchman Hervé Renard wanted to express his congratulations to the King. “I wanted to convey my most sincere congratulations to His Majesty King Mohamed VI on the occasion of the 19th anniversary of the accession to the throne. Best wishes for health and happiness. Long live the King, long live Morocco Dima Dima Maghrib [Morocco forever],” he proudly wrote. The Congolese rapper Maitre Gims, who lives in Marrakech, also has a special friendship with the King. “On the occasion of the 19th anniversary of the accession to the throne by His Majesty the King, I send him my most sincere congratulations and best wishes for health and happiness. Long live the king,” he tweeted to his 2.6 million followers.