Jordan’s royal family is set to expand in 2023 after the announcement of a fourth engagement this year.
King Abdullah II’s nephew, Talal El-Saleh, and his fiancée, Danah, recently held an engagement ceremony. During the ceremony attended by many members of Jordan’s royal family, the groom-to-be put a ring on his future wife’s finger in front of their family and friends. Danah shared a picture of herself wearing a cream one-shoulder dress with a feathered hem on social media for the event.
Standing next to her future mother-in-law, Princess Alia, 66, who wore a lilac suit with a floral shirt, and her husband-to-be Talal, she was photographed. Danah’s mother posed for a photo in a living area with gold and cream furnishings wearing a black midi-dress.
Princess Alia Bint Hussein and Sayyid Mohammed Al-Saleh’s son, Talal Al-Saleh, is the Jordan royal family’s second husband. King Talal died in 1999, and the groom is named after him.
Queen Rania of Jordan’s two children got engaged in quick succession after the announcement. In August, the crown prince married Rajwa al-Saif, 28, who is the daughter of a wealthy businessman.
Prince Hussein’s younger sister, Princess Iman, said in August that she was planning to marry Venezuelan boyfriend Jameel Alexander Thermiotis.
Jordanian Royal Palace released a picture showing Princess Iman, daughter of King Abdullah II, with her fiancé Jameel Alexander Thermiotis during their engagement ceremony in Amman on July 5.
Princess Ali’s youngest son of Jordan’s royal family, Abdul Hamid El-Saleh, got engaged to his fiancée Shouq earlier this year. The couple was present at the ceremony.
Queen Rania of Jordan was pictured last month alongside Queen Consort Camilla and Crown Princess Mary for a reception at Clarence House.
People gathered at the event to raise awareness about the issue of violence against women and girls, and Queen Mathilde of Belgium was present as well.
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