AFP / Getty ImagesMubarak Family DynastyEgypt President Hosni Mubarak's family dynasty—from his wife Suzanne, who pals around with Carla Bruni, to his son who disappeared—has no shortage of drama, Karen Leigh reports. Plus, view photos.01.28.11 10:51 AM ETAFP / Getty ImagesAFP / Getty ImagesIn an undated photograph received in 2007, President Hosni Mubarak (2nd-R) poses with his wife Suzanne (C), accompanied by their two sons Gamal (R) and Alaa (2nd-L) with his wife Heidi al-Sakher (L) in the Tahadeya Palace in Cairo.Amro Maraghi, AFP / Getty ImagesSuzanne Mubarak and her sons Gamal (C) and Alaa (R) stand under a tent as they wait for a solar eclipse on the border with Libya in northwestern Egypt on March 29, 2006. Khaled Desouki, AFP / Getty ImagesAlaa and Gamal Mubarak attend their national team's final match against Ghana in the African Cup of Nations in Luanda on Jan. 31, 2010.Francois Durand / Getty ImagesCarla Bruni-Sarkozy and Suzanne Mubarak attend a ceremony on Bastille Day, on July 14, 2008 in Paris.AFP / Getty ImagesGamal Mubarak playing soccer for the Egyptian El-Sokour team before the Football International Masters Cup tournament in Cairo on Sept. 29, 2007.Salah Malkawi / Getty ImagesKhadija el-Gamal stands in the audience as her husband Gamal Mubarak participates in the BBC World Debate: "The Middle East: What Future For The Next Generation" on May 19, 2008 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.AFP / Getty ImagesEgyptian President Hosni Mubarak monitors election returns with his wife, Suzanne, and youngest son, Gamal (L), as Egyptians went to the polls in the country's first multi-party presidential elections, Sept. 7, 2005.AFP / Getty ImagesGen. Hosni Mubarak (L) and late President Anwar Sadat, both dressed in military honor uniforms, attend a military parade, Oct. 6, 1981 in Cairo, moments before Sadat's assassination.Bill Foley / AP PhotoEgyptian President Hosni Mubarak gives a May Day speech on May 1, 1982 at the Labor Federation in downtown Cairo. A large portrait of Mubarak hangs in background. Paola Crociani / AP PhotoEgyptIan President Hosni Mubarak with wife Suzanne in Cairo in May 1984, as he attended the polls during Egypt's national elections. Ira Schwarz / AP PhotoThe Reagans pose with the Mubaraks before a State Dinner in Mubarak's honor on Feb. 4, 1982 at the White House in Washington.AP PhotoMubarak and his wife Suzanne at Heathrow Airport in London in February 1983, departing after their one-day visit to Britain.