British media reports claim that Princess Haya, daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan, left her husband and traveled from Dubai to London. But at the moment CNN can not check their whereabouts or these reports.
The Princess is a well-known international personality, who is close friends with the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
The case will be heard in London before the Family Division of the High Court, and the next hearings will take place on July 30 and July 31.
When contacted by CNN, the Royal Courts of Justice upheld the court date, but not the identity of the two parties.
"The case was last heard before Mr. Justice Moor on May 22, 201
CNN has separately confirmed the data and the parties involved in the litigation.
Sheikh Al Maktoum is also being taught by Lady Helen Ward of Stewarts, a well-known law firm in London.
Princess Haya is the half-sister of the King of Jordan. She received a British education and completed her studies in politics, philosophy and economics in Oxford. She is an enthusiastic rider and represents Jordan at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.
She was last photographed with United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson, and three low-resolution photos released last December by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs show Sheikha Latifa in a dark hoodie and gray jeans, either looking away from the camera or at Robinson, who is also the former president of Ireland.
Robinson is visiting at the request of the ruling family, according to a statement from the UAE mission in Geneva at the Office for Special Procedures of the High Commissioner for Human Rights d he performed United Nations.
"The documents answer and refute false allegations made about your sovereignty that prove that she lives and lives with her family in Dubai," the statement says.
CNN's Tara John contributed to this report.