It’s a moment of happiness for Rania of Jordan and for King Abdullah II: After announcing the engagement of Princess Iman, the eldest son of the royal couple, Prince Hussein also announced his marriage. The one who until a few years ago was considered the golden bachelor of Jordan will soon marry the beautiful Saudi Rajwa.
Rania of Jordan announcing the engagement of Prince Hussein
Another wedding in sight at the Jordanian court: Following the announcement of the engagement between Princess Iman bint Abdullah II and Jameel Thermiotis, Another great news has arrived. Rania of Jordan announced via her official social media accounts that Prince Hussein, her eldest son – also as heir to the throne – will soon marry Rajwa Khaled bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al Saif.
The Queen has released some footage showing the newly engaged couple. to dedicate beautiful words to young people: “I begged Allah – like every mother – to give you all the good you deserve and to find the one you love and Rajwa has arrived. Happy birthday to my son, Prince Al-Hussein, and to our precious and sweet Rajwa.” And he added: “May Allah bless you and make you happy, I didn’t think it was possible to have so much joy in my heart! Happy birthday to my eldest son, Prince Hussein and his beautiful bride-to-be, Rajwa.”
In the photos, the couple-to-be appear smiling and radiant as they embrace King Abdullah II and pose with the entire family for the official portraits. Rajwa is nice too does not shy away from the confrontation with the charming mother-in-law: She wears a green dress covered by a light ivory caftan with intricate detailing to match the color of the dress and veil. Wonderful also Rania, who opted for a black dress with a high neck and long sleeves, decorated with elegant silver details.
Who is Rajwa, the fiancee of Prince Hussein
The engagement of heir apparent Prince Hussein was announced on August 17, just over a month after the engagement of his younger sister Iman, who will marry Jameel Alexander Thermiotis.
It is impossible not to notice the beauty, grace and elegance of the future Queen of Jordan, the Saudi Rajwa Khaled bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al Saif. Prince Hussein’s fiancee was born in Riyadh on April 28, 1994 (she is exactly 3 months older than her fiancee, born on July 28, 1994).
After graduating from high school in Saudi Arabia, he studied at the College of Architecture at Syracuse University in New York, USA. On her mother’s side, she is connected to the Saudi royal family through her membership of the al-Sudairi clan, which also includes the current King Salman.
Prince Hussein, the future King of Jordan
Until recently, Prince Hussein was considered the golden bachelor of Jordan. The eldest of King Abdullah II and from Queen Rania He inherited his charm and charisma from his parents. Dark features and athletic build, Hussein studied political science at Georgetown University and the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington DC, loves reading and sports, especially soccer.
Trained like his father at Britain’s Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he now holds the title of Lieutenant in the Jordanian Armed Forces, which has seen him often in the field. Hussein is also among the most influential under-30s: She was the youngest person to speak on her country’s behalf before the UN Security Council, has met Michelle and Obama in the past and is preparing to increasingly influence Jordanian politics.