Rajwa Al Saif, fiancée of Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan, attended her first royal wedding in a sunflower hued Neolitsea high-neck woven midi dress by Roksanda.


Rajwa Al Saif with Crown Prince Hussein

On Sunday, March 12, 2023, the eldest daughter of Queen Rania and King Abdullah II of Jordan, Princess Iman, tied the knot with Jameel Alexander Thermiotis at Beit Al Urdon Palace in Amman. Making her presence felt at the event, Rajwa looked resplendent in an understated dress by the Serbian designer. As the future sister-in-law of the bride, Rajwa gracefully participated in the wedding festivities alongside the Crown Prince. Keeping her look minimal-yet-chic, the Saudi-based architect accessorised her look with contrasting earrings and a gold clutch from Bottega Veneta.


The Royal Family of Jordan

For Princess Iman’s henna party earlier during the week, Rajwa wore a deep magenta traditonal attire with a pop of orange and intricate embroidery details—complementing her future mother-in-law Queen Rania, who wore an ensemble in a similar shade.


Rajwa Al Saif & Queen Rania

The youngest daughter of Saudi businessman Khaled Al Saif and Azza Al Sudairi will marry the Prince of Jordan on 1st June 2023, in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The soon-to-be-married couple’s engagement was announced by the Royal Hashemite Court on Twitter on 17 August 2022, when an intimate ceremony took place at Rajwa’s paternal home in Riyadh. For the engagement ceremony, the future queen opted for an an embroidered abaya by a Lebanese brand named Orient 499 and accessorised it with a bronze belt, borrowed from Queen Rania’s wardrobe as a sentimental element. The bride-to-be also wore her  to-be mother-in-law’s white gold and yellow diamond earrings for their official engagement portraits.


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