Marriage of the Jordanian Crown Prince and Rajwa Al Saif

Marriage of the Jordanian Crown Prince and Rajwa Al Saif

The countdown to the upcoming wedding of the Jordanian Crown Prince has begun, and in news that is considered the talk of the hour in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Prince Hussein bin Abdullah is preparing to move to a new stage in his personal and family life, with his marriage to Rajwa Al Saif.

Prince Hussein received congratulations from many people in Jordan and around the world, as this happy event is an important milestone in the life of the royal family and the Jordanian people alike.

Wedding date

The Jordanian Crown Prince’s wedding ceremony is scheduled to take place on the first Thursday of June. The event organizing team works hard to prepare a majestic wedding worthy of the prestige of the event.

The ceremony will also be attended by a large number of important guests from various countries, including heads of state, distinguished political and diplomatic figures, in addition to members of the royal family and close friends.

A huge and solemn procession

A huge and majestic procession is being prepared for this important occasion, and its details will be as follows:

According to what was published by the royal court, the wedding ceremony will take place at Zahran Palace. Perhaps the reason for choosing this palace in particular is its distinguished status as a royal palace built in 1957, and it was the home of the mother of King Hussein bin Talal – may God have mercy on them – Queen Zain Al-Sharaf, who lived there until she died in 1994.

The palace remained the seat of the Hashemite events later, due to its great position in the hearts of the Jordanian royal family, where many royal weddings were held, such as the wedding of the father of the upcoming groom and his grandfather, King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein, and King Hussein bin Talal – may God have mercy on him -.

After completing the procedures for the marriage contract in Zahran Palace, the wedding procession, accompanied by the red procession, will head to the Husseiniya Palace, where the reception and the royal dinner on the occasion of the royal wedding took place.

About the red parade

This convoy is called the red one because it consists of 20 red convertible Land Rover cars, 14 of which participate in the procession, while the other six cars remain as backup cars in the event of any breakdown in one of the main cars. This procession has appeared since the establishment of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan after its independence on the twenty-fifth of May of the year 1946, and it is considered an official Hashemite procession that accompanies the kings in their movements during official events, and the receptions of heads of state and diplomatic figures.

Marriage of the Jordanian Crown Prince and Rajwa Al Saif

White horses used to accompany this procession in the past, but they were replaced by ten motorcycles and cars driven by 71 soldiers of the Royal Guard, with a distinguished official military look, of elegant uniforms decorated with a red scarf on their chests.

The procession will also move through the splendid streets of Amman to share with the Jordanian people and residents in Jordan this national joy, which coincided with an atmosphere of joy and optimism in Jordan on the occasion of the 77th Independence Day of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Everyone is eagerly waiting to see the pictures of the happy newlyweds in an atmosphere full of laughter and joy.

Who is Rajwa Al Saif?

Rajwa Khalid bin Musaed Al Saif was born on the twenty-eighth of April 1994 in Riyadh. She grew up in a large Saudi family of origin belonging to the tribe of Subay, who are the sheikhs of the town of Al-Attar in Sudair, located in the Najd region in central Saudi Arabia, from the beginning of the era of King Abdulaziz Al Saud. Her prestigious family owns one of the most important contracting companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, “Al-Saif Engineers & Contractors” company, managed by her father, Eng. Khalid bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al-Saif.

Marriage of the Jordanian Crown Prince and Rajwa Al Saif

She has three brothers and sisters, the youngest of whom are Faisal, Nayef and Dana. And their mother, Azza bint Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al-Ahmad Al-Sudairy. Rajwa studied architecture at Syracuse University in New York in the United States after completing her high school studies in Saudi Arabia. She also holds a professional specialization degree in Visual Communications from the Fashion Institute of Design and Commercial in the United States.

Raja is truly distinguished by her culture, talents and knowledge, which befits her prestigious position as the fiancee of the Crown Prince of Jordan and the future Queen of Jordan. She is fluent in French and English in addition to her mother tongue, Arabic. She also has many talents, the most important of which is horsemanship. She is a professional horse rider, in addition to her love for drawing and designing handicrafts.

Her engagement to the Jordanian Crown Prince

Prince Al-Hussein recounted the story of his acquaintance with Rajah through a mutual friend, and that she had remained in his mind since he met her on one occasion. Then he proposed to her. The royal court announced their engagement on August 17, 2022, at her family’s home in Riyadh.

The wedding of the Jordanian Crown Prince is an occasion that carries a lot of importance and influence, as it expresses the continuity of the royal family and the unity of the Jordanian people. This important event is also an occasion to strengthen international relations and strengthen cultural and economic ties with other countries.

The whole world will also follow this happy event, wishing the Crown Prince and his bride a happy life full of success and love. This event will remain in the memory of Jordanians and the whole world as an important and happy stage in the history of the Hashemite Kingdom.

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