Princess Iman of Jordan, daughter to Abdullah II, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and Queen Rania, has wed her partner of four years, Jameel Alexander Thermiotis.
The lavish but tasteful ceremony took place on the grounds of the King and Queen’s palace, with the intimate outdoor ceremony providing a stunning setting as they were surrounded by blooming white-flowered trees.
The gown, which was fit for a princess, was custom-made by Dior, with the 26-year-old accessorising with diamond earrings that matched her tiara.
The groom Jameel is a New York financier, who proposed to the princess in July 2022.
The bride was walked down the aisle by her older brother, Prince Hussein, with the King standing alongside the groom at the end of the aisle.
Queen Rania, who is forever the proud and gushing mother, quickly took to social media to express her joy for her eldest child’s nuptials, writing, “Iman, I pray this next chapter in your life brings you as much joy, love, and laughter as you have brought us over the years. Congratulations to the bride and groom!”
The wedding was a big fanfare in Jordan, with the ceremony being broadcasted across state television.
Princess Iman is the first of the King and Queen’s children to marry, but the family won’t be waiting long until the next celebration as in June, the heir to the Jordan throne, Crown Prince Hussein, will marry his fiancée.
All the stunning wedding photos below
It was a simple but gorgeous setting for the royal nuptials.
Princess Iman’s elder brother proudly walked her down the aisle.
The wedding was held at the property of the King and Queen of Jordan.
The wedding was watched by the Jordan public, as it was broadcasted on TV.
The ceremony saw the bride and groom sitting as they exchanged rings.
The very proud mother and father to the bride.
Queen Rania’s gown was also a Dior number.
The King and Queen of Jordan have four children, who are all pictured here: Hussein, 28, Iman, 26, Salma, 22, and Hashem, 18.