|Eventually, they married in 2008 and were later divorced in November 2013||Al-Taweel has spoken out publicly in the United States on NBC's Today, CNN International and NPR, as well as in Time magazine and Foreign Policy magazine in support of both women's right to drive in her country of Saudi Arabia and the broader issue of women's overall empowerment to contribute fully to Saudi society|
|Humanitarian activities [ ] Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal al Saud appointed his then wife Ameera as vice-chairperson and head of the executive committee of the in Saudi Arabia, the Alwaleed bin Talal Foundation - Global, now known under the name Alwaleed Philanthropies , and chairperson of Time Entertainment, where she was involved in a range of humanitarian projects in both Saudi Arabia and around the world||The Foundation is an international, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting programs and projects aimed at poverty alleviation, disaster relief, interfaith dialogue, and women's empowerment|
She also says she wants to be among the first women to drive on Saudi roads.4
|Her father is Aidan bin Nayef Al-Taweel Al-Otaibi||Ameera al Taweel is married to Emirati former billionaire Khalifa bin Butti and a son Zayed was born in 2019|
|Most recently she has spearheaded a relief mission to , where she and her ex-husband, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, oversaw the distribution of Foundation-sponsored aid||She is a member of the board of trustees of Silatech, an international youth employment organization with a focus on youth empowerment in the Arab world through the creation of jobs and greater economic opportunities to deal with unemployment in the region|
Her former husband Prince Al Waleed was warned by his brother Prince Khalid to control Ameera's media appearances or next time they would be punished without prior warning.