Nelly Karim with her mother

“My mum means everything to me; she helped, and is still helping me, raise my kids. She’s taught me to be strong and kind, no matter what. She has always been kind, positive and strong. This Mother’s Day, I want to tell her that she’s my angel and I wish that she lives forever.” –Nelly Karim


Bushra with her mother

“I would describe my relationship with my mother as a friendship that has a twist of a Tom & Jerry chase. She has taught me to be strong and that no matter how often I fall, I must stand up and keep going. She also taught me to have a soft heart for the less fortunate and never forget to help others.” –Bushra Rozza


Yosra El Lozy with her mother

“My Mum and I have a very honest and friendly relationship. I never felt like I had to hide stuff from her, and she can always tell when something upsets me and I choose not to show it. I honestly don’t know how I would survive without her! These days, she is playing granny with my daughter when I’m busy at work and she’s an amazing support system. I’m extremely lucky to have been raised and influenced by her.” –Yosra El Lozy


Asser Yassin with his mother

“Most of my creative side comes from my mum. She’s always been very crafty and artistic. She’s the kindest person I’ve ever known in my life. Her superpower is her super heart. She is very content and happy with what she has, no matter how big or small it is. All thelove I’m getting is because of her love.” –Asser Yassin


Ahmed Al Fishawy with his parents

“She’s more than my mum, she is my friend and she is the one person I can be truly honest with. I cherish our relationship so much, and I am so thankful for her. She is such a positive light and I don’t know what I’d do without her.” –Ahmed AlFishawy

Razan with his mother

“My mum made me who I am. She taught me songs and poetry, made me love life, smile to people, be friendly, express myself and say my opinion, while being polite. She taught me ethics, religion, and mainly how to be a woman. Everything I do with my baby Ram is due to her. She’s the essence of life and I love her because she makes me whole.” –Razan El Moghrabi