A Royal Wedding of Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II and Saudi Arabian Architect Rajwa Al Saif
The world is buzzing with the news of the royal wedding of Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II and Saudi Arabian architect Rajwa Al Saif. The enchanting wedding ceremony took place in Amman, Jordan. The event was a grand celebration attended by several leaders, kings, and princes from over seventy countries.
The Royal Wedding Ceremony
After an official reception at the Zahran Palace, Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdallah II and the bride, Rajwa Al Saif, proceeded to the marquee for the wedding ceremony. The beautiful bride was adorned in a gorgeous white dress designed by Elie Saab. She accessorized her dress with flat shoes, an embroidered veil with a diamond tiara, and arrived in Queen Zein’s bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom V.
The Exchange of Wedding Rings and Signing of Marriage Certificate
After exchanging their wedding rings and signing the marriage certificate, the newlyweds went outdoors to greet the guests and take pictures. They then proceeded to the Al Huseiniye Palace for a grand banquet with more than 4,000 guests in attendance.
The Reception and the Red Procession
After the banquet, Crown Prince Hussein and his wife Rajwa headed to Al Huseiniye Palace for the reception, accompanied by their troupe of more than 4,000 guests. They toured the streets of the city in a white convertible car decorated with flowers, followed by the traditional ‘red procession’ made up of a Jordanian royal guard convoy of 20 Land Rover vehicles and 10 replacement motorcycles of the horses of yesteryear.
The Great Event
The grand occasion was a great success with several celebrities from all over the globe in attendance, including the emeritus kings of Spain. The royal event was not to be missed, and it included fireworks displays launched in various parks in Jordan around 10 o’clock in the evening, adding a magical charm to the already beautiful event.
In conclusion, the royal wedding of Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II and Saudi Arabian architect Rajwa Al Saif was a spectacular affair attended by several dignitaries and celebrities. It was indeed an event that will go down in history thanks to the magical charm and elegance it brought to the world.