Hussein Bin Abdullah and Rajwa Khaled pose with Rajwa's father during the engagement ceremony.
The Jordanian Royal Court announced the engagement of Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah, Crown Prince, to Ms Rajwa Khaled Bin Musaed Bin Saif Bin Abdulaziz Al Saif.
The solemn ceremony took place in the presence of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah.
Queen Rania said on Instagram, “I didn’t think it was possible to hold so much joy in my heart! Congratulations to my eldest Prince Hussein and his beautiful bride-to-be, Rajwa.”
The Royal Hashemite Court congratulates Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah on the engagement of Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah, the Crown Prince, and Ms. Rajwa Khalid bint Musaed, and wishes them a life full of happiness and contentment.
The statement added, "The ceremony took place at the home of Ms. Rajwa's father, in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses Prince Hassan Bin Talal, Prince Hashem Bin Abdullah II, Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, Prince Hashem Bin Al Hussein, Prince Ghazi Bin Mohammed, and Prince Rashid Bin Al-Hassan, and a number of members of the Al-Saif family.
The statement concluded by saying, "The Royal Hashemite Court, as it congratulates their Majesties on this happy occasion, wishes His Royal Highness Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah, the Crown Prince, and Ms. Rajwa Khalid a life full of happiness, success and contentment."
In July, The Jordanian Royal Court announced the engagement of Princess Iman, daughter of Jordan's King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, to Jameel Alexander Thermiotis.
Jamil is of Greek descent and is in the finance sector in New York.
Queen Rania said on Instagram, “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!”
The statement indicated that the engagement ceremony was held on Tuesday, in the presence of the Jordanian monarch and his wife, Crown Prince Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II, Princes Hashem and Salma, in addition to a number of members of the Jameel family.
Princess Iman, born in 1996, is the first daughter of King Abdullah and Queen Rania, and the second in the order of the royal family after Crown Prince Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II.
She is a graduate of Georgetown University, USA.
Her fiancé, Jameel, was born in the Venezuelan capital Caracas in 1994, and is of Greek descent. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and works in the financial services sector in New York.
Princess Iman wore a simple white dress with long sleeves and high neck, and she matched it with elegant earrings, in addition to a diamond engagement ring.
The Royal Hashemite Court congratulated the daughter of King Abdullah on this occasion, and wished Her Royal Highness Princess Iman Bint Abdullah II and Jameel a life full of happiness and contentment.
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The operation was successful. The Crown Prince left the hospital in good health.
Prince Salman said, “The Kingdom is one of the largest and most important economies in the world, and we strive hard to work to double the size and diversity of the economy. To continue achieving this, we consider in the government the non-oil GDP as the main indicator of the success of our economic plans. "
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