Jordan Royal Wedding

Prince William and Kate Middleton in Jordan.

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On Thursday, Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the Jordanian Royal Wedding of Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Alseif, People notes. The couple joined another approx. 1,700 guests during the wedding ceremony at Zahran Palace and the reception held at Al Husseiniya Palace. 

According to this source, Prince William and Prince Hussein have known each other for a long time, as both of them have graduated from Sandhurst. Kate Middleton is also connected to Jordan, as she lived there for several years during her early childhood.

Prince William in Jordan

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The Prince and Princess of Wales celebrated the wedding together with other royal figures, Princess Beatrice, William’s cousin, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, King Philippe and Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, and many more, People added.

On May 6, King Abdullah II and Queen Rania attended King Charles’ coronation ceremony. After the event, the Queen discussed the ceremony in an interview for People.

“The coronation was, of course, steeped in tradition, but I was very impressed with how King Charles put his own stamp on the events. For example, it felt very natural to see representatives of different religions play a role in the service. This was unprecedented in Britain’s history, but it showed how focused His Majesty is on inclusivity,” she said.

Kate Middleton Jordan

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For the event, the Princess of Wales wore a light pink, long-sleeved Elie Saab dress that she accessorized with a pair of earrings that “she also wore to King Charles’ 70th birthday party.” PageSix notes.

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