The marriage of Princess Iman bint Abdullah II of Jordan, attractive photos viral

Jordan’s Princess Iman’s wedding, the charming photos of the couple touched the hearts of the viewers.

The 26-year-old princess is the eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Princess Rania.

The wedding ceremony took place at a palace in Amman. Princess Iman, dressed in white, was escorted through the gardens of the palace by Crown Prince Hussain.

The wedding ceremony was broadcast at 6 pm local time on Jordan TV, the country’s national television service, in which 150 guests participated in addition to delegates from Arab countries.

Jordanian national television broadcast the ceremony live, giving the Jordanian public and viewers around the world the opportunity to see the scenes inside the royal palace.

Sheikh Khalid bin Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office, Sheikh Isa bin Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa of Bahrain and Sheikh Salman bin Ahmed Al Khalifa in addition to Kuwait’s Sheikha Amil Al Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah were also present at the wedding ceremony. Participated.

The details of the wedding engagements were not made public before the ceremony.

The ceremony included pictures of Princess Iman in a white gown by renowned fashion designer Rima Dahbour, as well as a belt worn by Queen Rania during her wedding to King Abdullah II in 1993.

According to HelloMagazine, Jamil Thermoutis is of Greek origin and was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1994.

Jameel Alexander Thermoutis graduated from Florida International University in 2015 with a specialization in Business Administration and Business.

He also headed a venture capital firm called Outbound Ventures LLC before moving to a New York-based venture capital fund after graduation.

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It should be noted that Queen Rania of Jordan shared a glimpse of the bride’s pre-wedding mehndi party on social media last week.

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