March 23, 2023

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Princess Iman, the daughter of the King of Jordan, married a young man of Greek origin living in the United States.

Princess Iman’s daughter’s wedding took place on Sunday evening King Abdullah of Jordan Second and Queen Rania, from Jamil Alexandre Termidos of Greek descent.

The official “Kingdom” channel broadcast the wedding ceremony in the presence of King Abdullah II, his wife Queen Rania and Crown Prince Hussein at the royal palace west of Amman known as “Jordan House”. Princes, princesses and family members of Jamil Alexandre Termidos.

Princess Iman wore a long and lacy wedding dress and carried a bouquet of white roses, while her husband wore a formal black suit.

Born in 1996, Princess Iman is the first daughter of King Abdullah and Queen Rania and the second daughter in the royal family after Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II. He is a graduate of Georgetown University, USA.

As for Jamil Alexandre Termitos, he was born in 1994 in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela and is of Greek descent. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and works in the financial services industry in New York.

King Abdullah and Queen Rania have a second daughter, Princess Salma, born in 2000, and two sons, Prince Hussein, Crown Prince, born in 1994, and Prince Hashem, born in 2005.

Last Tuesday, the Queen hosted a henna ceremony for Princess Iman at the Hussainiya Palace in Amman, and the Queen posted some pictures and video clips of the ceremony through her official account on Instagram. She adorned it with a golden band.

And last July 5th, in the presence of members of the royal family, the Royal Court officially announced the engagement of Princess Iman and Jamil Alexander Dermotis.

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