Exiled Princess Noor of Iran attends lavish Hamptons bash

Princess Noor Pahlavi of Iran was among the guests at an extravagant Hamptons dinner to support LGBTQ Jews. 

Princess Noor — a 29-year-old model and activist whose grandfather was the last Shah of Iran until his overthrow in the Iranian Revolution of Feb. 1979 — now spends her time in Manhattan and the Hamptons, sources tell Page Six.

The “Alice In Wonderland”-themed event was hosted at a private home by Andrew Warren, Ryan Thomas-Roth and Danielle Naftali.

A source told us, “It was very special to have a prominent member of the exiled Iranian royal family at a dinner to celebrate Pride month and in support of Keshet, a national organization that advocates for equality of all LGBTQ Jews.”

Other guests included new couple Conor Kennedy and Ava Dash — Damon Dash and Rachel Roy’s daughter — making their first public appearance together. Kennedy famously dated Taylor Swift in 2012; a few years back he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor following a bar fight in Aspen.

The son of Robert F. Kennedy and his second wife, the late Mary Richardson, Conor was previously arrested for protesting outside the White House in 2013.

Dash penned “96 Words for Love,” a “modern retelling of a romantic Indian legend,” in 2019 with her mom. It nabbed jacket blurbs from producer Brian Grazer, Kim Kardashian and Deepak Chopra and featured a foreword by bestseller workhorse James Patterson.

Also there was designer and DJ Timo Weiland, Onia’s Nathan Romano, Singer Noriella, artist and socialite Makenzie Moon Phelan, model Monika Clarke and content creators Ryan Clark and Julia Moshy.

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