Jordan’s Royal Wedding: Crown Prince Hussein marries Saudi Fiancé amidst William, Kate, and Jordan Royalty

Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein tied the knot with his Saudi fiancée Rajwa AlSaif in a lavish wedding ceremony attended by dignitaries and royals from around the world.

The wedding was especially notable for AlSaif’s ties to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS. AlSaif is reportedly the niece of MBS’s former advisor, Saud Al-Qahtani.

The event was live-streamed online, and viewers around the world tuned in to watch the festivities. The ceremony took place at the Royal Palace in Amman and was attended by British Royals Prince William and Kate Middleton, who arrived in Jordan earlier in the day.

Middleton looked stunning in an elegant dusty-rose gown fit for a princess, while Prince William opted for a more understated blue suit.

The wedding was an opportunity for Jordan to showcase its rich cultural heritage and strengthen diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia. King Salman of Saudi Arabia also sent a message of congratulations to the newlyweds.

The wedding marks a new chapter in the romance between the Crown Prince and his fiancée, who reportedly met while studying abroad. Fans of the royal couple will no doubt be watching closely as they embark on their new life together as husband and wife.