Jordan royal wedding: Princess Iman will marry later this week

Jordan’s Princess Iman bint Abdullah II and her fiancé Jameel Alexander Thermiotis are set to tie the knot on March 12, 2023, according to a statement from the Royal Hashemite Court. The Jordan royal wedding is set to be an extravagant celebration, the couple’s wedding venue has not been announced yet.

The princess is the second child of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, while her fiancé is a managing partner at a venture capital fund in New York. Thermiotis, who was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1994, is of Greek descent and holds a degree in business administration from Florida International University.

Upon announcement of their engagement in July 2022, Queen Rania expressed her happiness on social media, posting: “Congratulations my dearest Iman; your smile has always been a gift of love that I’ve cherished since the day you were born. I wish you and Jameel a life filled with love and laughter!” Princess Iman does not have a public social media presence, but her mother occasionally posts family home videos and photos on Instagram that offer a glimpse into the young royal’s life.

Jordan royal wedding – possible location

According to reports, the wedding ceremony is expected to be a private affair, with only close family and friends in attendance. However, some reports suggest that a larger celebration may take place possibly in the historic city of Petra. The iconic site, which is carved into the rock face, has hosted royal events in the past, including the wedding of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania in 1993. Regardless of the location, the wedding of Princess Iman and Mr. Thermiotis is sure to be a significant event in Jordanian society and a cause for celebration among the royal family and their supporters.

Is Princess Iman in line for the throne?

Although Princess Iman is not in line for the throne as only legitimate, male, “mentally sound” Muslim descendants are eligible, she has been a regular fixture at official photocalls and royal engagements in and out of her home country. The upcoming Jordan royal wedding is sure to be a grand affair, with the Royal Hashemite Court extending its congratulations to the couple and wishing them a lifetime of happiness.

Image Credit: RHC/Twitter

Tags : Jordan