On Monday evening, Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan and his fiancee, Rajwa Al Saif, paid a visit to a workshop for the blind in Amman, which served as their first joint royal engagement.
On Instagram, Prince Hussein posted a picture with the pair and their teacher, the Jordanian painter Suhail Bukaeen, along with several other artists.
The Crown Prince and Ms Al Saif expressed how fortunate they felt to have encountered such talented youth who have triumphed over their visual impairment. He expressed his delight with what he saw as their remarkable inventiveness up close.
The heir to the throne shared a series of videos from his visit to the art studio, which included footage of himself and his future spouse conversing with the people present.
This was the first public engagement that the couple attended together and they shared their dreams and objectives with the students in the classroom.
Ms Al Saif challenged the students in one of her posts, demanding that they each craft a drawing of what their future home would look like.
During the visit, Hussein, the Crown Prince of Jordan, jokingly remarked that his fiancée could join the students in their artistic endeavours as she has a fondness for drawing.
The engagement of Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan and Rajwa took place on August 17 in Saudi Arabia, where the bride is from. Rajwa Khaled bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al Saif was born in Riyadh on 28 April 1994 to Khalid bin Musaed Al-Saif, a Saudi businessman, and Azza bint Naif Al-Sudairi. Azza bint Naif Al-Sudairi’s son will become Jordan’s Crown Prince upon his marriage.
The engagement of Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan came weeks after his younger sister Princess Iman’s engagement to Venezuelan-born Jameel Alexander Thermiotis. Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah and Ms Al Saif are due to marry on June 1.
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