Sunday brought the first of two Jordanian ruling family weddings as Princess Iman wed Venezuelan venture capitalist Jameel Thermiotis.
Princess Iman, 26, is the first of King Abdullah and Queen Rania's children to get married. Her brother, Prince Hussein, is also due to tie the knot in June. His fiancee, Rajwa Al Saif, accompanied him to the wedding.
The entire Hashemite ruling family attended the ceremony, including Princess Iman's siblings Prince Hashem and Princess Salma.
“Grateful for all the precious memories we share and overjoyed to see you celebrate your wedding today … I wish you, dear Iman and Jameel, a lifetime of blessings and happiness together,” Prince Hussein wrote on Instagram after the ceremony.
Dignitaries from across the Arab world attended the nuptials at Amman's Beit Al Urdun Palace.
Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed, member of Abu Dhabi Executive Council and chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Office, was at the event.
From Bahrain, Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad's son Sheikh Issa attended with Sheikh Salman bin Ahmed bin Salman Al Khalifa, Chief of the Crown Prince’s Court.
Sheikha Amthal Al Sabah, President of the Kuwait Voluntary Work Centre and sister of the late Emir of Kuwait, also attended with her daughter Sheikha Alia Al Sabah.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's wife Intisar and daughter Aya formed the Egyptian delegation to the wedding.