While the exact dates for the births of her children are disputed, there is academic consensus that the births of her five children —Şehzade Mehmed, Mihrimah Sultan, Şehzade Abdullah, Sultan Selim II and Şehzade Bayezid — occurred quickly over the next four to five years.Her joyful spirit and playful temperament earned her a new name, Hurrem, from Persian Khorram, "the cheerful one".Budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multimillionaires who are willing to invest their own cash to kick-start the businesses.After each pitch, the Dragons have the opportunity to ask questions about the venture.TOUKER Suleyman is a successful businessman and fashion investor who stars on the BBC's Dragons' Den - which has recently returned for another season. He was born into a Turkish-Cypriot family and later moved to England and attended school in Peckham, south London.But who is the man behind the money, what is his net worth, is he married and does he have children? He is a multi-millionaire retail and fashion entrepreneur.She had five children with Süleyman: Şehzade Mehmed, Mihrimah Sultan, Şehzade Abdullah, Sultan Selim II, Şehzade Bayezid, and Şehzade Cihangir.She was one of the most powerful and influential women in Ottoman history and a prominent and controversial figure during the era known as the Sultanate of Women.
She soon became Süleyman's most prominent consort beside Mahidevran (also known as Gülbahar).
In 2001 his company Low Profile Group bought famed shirtmaker Hawes & Curtis for just £1.
By 2014 the chain operated 30 branches in the UK and one in Germany.
The Tatars may have first taken her to the Crimean city of Kaffa, a major centre of the slave trade, before she was taken to Istanbul.
Michalo Lituanus (whose real name was Vaclovas Mikalojaitis), ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania to the Crimean khanate, wrote in the 16th century that "the most beloved wife of the present Turkish emperor – mother of his primogenital [son] who will govern after him, was kidnapped from our land".
The entrepreneurs A Dragon who, having heard the pitch, does not wish to invest, must declare themselves "out", implying that they leave the discussion. Supplement supremo Tej Lalvani and cashpoint queen Jenny Campbell - will be brandishing their chequebooks alongside serial investor Deborah Meaden, technology titan Peter Jones and fashion retail tycoon Touker.