Princess Iman, the eldest daughter of King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan, has tied the knot with New York-based financier Jameel Alexander Thermiotis in a private ceremony at the royal palace west of the capital, Amman. Several Gulf royals and family friends were present for the wedding ceremony.
The Bride Princess Iman and Groom Jameel Alexander
Princess Iman, 26, and Jameel Alexander Thermiotis, 28, both looked stunning during the ceremony. The princess wore a white dress with a long train and lace-cuffed sleeves, complemented by a diamond tiara. The groom was born in Caracas, Venezuela, to a Greek family and works as a financier in New York.
During the ceremony, the couple signed the marriage document in front of the monarch. Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, the princess’s older brother, led her through the royal gardens. The event was broadcasted live on state television, and the royal family and groom’s family were present at the ceremony.
The engagement of Princess Iman and Jameel Alexander Thermiotis was announced last summer, and the date of the marriage was set only last week. Congratulations, beloved Iman! Your grin has always been a gift of love that I’ve treasured since the day you were born, wrote Queen Rania in a post on social media to express her happiness. I hope Jameel and you have a happy and loving life together!
Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein, the eldest son of King Abdullah, is also set to get married on June 1. He will tie the knot with Rajwa Al Saif, the youngest daughter of Saudi businessman Khaled Al Saif. To read more click here.
Princess Iman and Jameel Alexander Thermiotis have tied the knot in a private ceremony attended by family and friends. This event marks the latest addition to the Jordanian royal family’s happy occasions. With more nuptials set to take place in the future, we can look forward to more celebratory events that showcase the rich culture and traditions of Jordan.
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