Today, Thursday, the marriage of the Crown Prince of Jordan, Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah II, and the young Saudi woman, Rajwa bint Khaled Al-Saif, took place at Zahran Palace.
The “Imam of the Hashemite presence,” Ahmed Al-Khalayleh, supervised the marriage contract, who previously supervised Princess Iman Bint Abdullah II’s wedding ceremony last March.
The marriage took place in the presence of 140 people, including members of the Hashemite family, members of royal families in Jordan’s friendly and brotherly countries, presidents and heads of state, and members of the Rajwat Al-Saif family.
The title of “Her Royal Highness Princess Ragwa Al-Hussein” was granted to the wife of the Crown Prince
The Jordanian Royal Court announced the issuance of a royal will to grant the title of “Her Royal Highness Princess Ragwa Al-Hussein” to the wife of the Crown Prince, Prince
Al-Hussein bin Abdullah II, on Thursday, after their marriage contract.
And the Royal Court statement said:
“The Royal Royal Decree was issued to bestow upon Miss Ragwa bint Khaled Al-Saif the title of Her Royal Highness Princess Ragwa
Al-Hussein, on the occasion of her marriage to His Royal Highness Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah II, the Grand Crown Prince.”
The Royal Court published a congratulation to the Crown Prince and his wife, in which it stated:
“The Royal Hashemite Court congratulates Their Royal Highnesses Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince, and Princess Ragwa
Al-Hussein, on the occasion of their marriage contract, asking the Almighty God to preserve and entrust them with His care.”
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