Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif were married in the gardens of Zahran Palace in Amman.

King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan watched with pride as they married their son in an Islamic ceremony. It was performed in a picturesque gazebo by the Imam of the Royal Hashemite Court, Dr. Ahmed Al-Khalayle. The bride looked dazzling in a gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab with a long train embroidered with flowers and a sparkling diamond tiara. Instead of a carriage, Hussain and Rajwa had the carriage which the groom’s parents, King Abdullah and Rania Faisal al-Yassin, rode through the streets of Amman 30 years ago.

Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the wedding of the King of Jordan’s son, Hussein and his betrothed, Rajwa Al Saif. The celebration took place at the residence of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania in Amman, Al Husseiniyah Palace. A total of 1700 guests were invited to the wedding. The Princess of Wales turned out to be one of the most elegantly dressed ladies.

She chose a Georgia gown by designer Jenny Packham in a shade of rose gold. The outfit was embroidered with sparkling crystals. In addition, Kate wore the famous Lover’s Knot tiara for the special occasion. It once belonged to William’s late mother, Princess Diana. The heir to the throne often wears this family heirloom to gala occasions. Kate’s look was complemented by a Prada box clutch and Greville Chandelier chandelier earrings.

Another royal guest from Britain, Princess Beatrice, attended the reception. She arrived at the wedding in the company of her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck of Bhutan, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Princess Hisako and Princess Tsuguko of Japan also appeared in the ballroom.