Princess Iman: Mother Rania gives first glimpses of the Jordanian dream wedding

Princess Iman
First glimpses of your Jordanian dream wedding

Princess Iman at her henna party at Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman.

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On March 12, 2023, Princess Iman, the eldest daughter of King Abdullah II of Jordan, will marry her longtime boyfriend Jameel Alexander Thermiotis. GALA has summarized the most important information for you.

It is likely to be one of the most glamorous royal weddings of the year, about which very little is known. This Sunday, March 12, 2023, Princess Iman, 26, and her fiancé Jameel Alexander Thermiotis say yes. GALA answers the most important questions about the wedding.

Princess Iman: All information about the Jordanian dream wedding

Who is Princess Iman?

Princess Iman is the eldest daughter of King Abdullah II, 61, and Queen Rania of Jordan, 52, who have been married since 1993. The bride has an older brother, Crown Prince Hussein, 28, and two younger siblings: Princess Salma, 22, and Prince Hashem, 18. Iman graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York. Like her brother Hussein, she previously studied at Georgetown University in Washington.

Who is Princess Iman’s future husband?

Jameel Alexander Thermiotis was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1994. He now lives in New York, according to the Spanish magazine “Vanitatis”. He is said to come from a wealthy Venezuelan family, his parents are Alejandro Thermiotis and Corina Hernández. Thermiotis has two siblings, Alexia and Alejandro. His grandfather, Jimmy Thermiotis, reportedly ran the Dior store in Venezuela, and Jameel is said to be named after him. Check out our portrait for more interesting details about Jameel.

Princess Iman celebrated traditional henna party before her wedding

Five days before her big day, Princess Iman, attended by her mother Queen Rania, celebrated a “Henna Night”, a traditional Muslim event marking the official farewell to the bride’s bachelorette life, at Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman. Here are the gorgeous shots:

Queen Rania grants first insights into the wedding location

The shade of cream can be found throughout Princess Iman’s entire wedding location. In a short video, Queen Rania shows the oriental-inspired, spring-like decoration consisting of ribbed candles, linen cushions and beautiful flowers such as ranunculus. “Everything is ready for Iman’s big day. Thanks to Jordanian company ADegrees for the beautiful decor,” writes Rania.

Where will Iman and Jameel get married?

Despite these private recordings, the location of the wedding is not yet known. There are several options: the couple could exchange vows in Greece or Venezuela, since that is where their fiancé was born and raised – or at the Zahran Palace in Amman, Jordan. Iman’s parents got married here in 1993.

Who will attend the royal wedding?

In addition to the closest family circle, i.e. her parents and siblings, it is not known whether other prominent guests and / or members from other royal houses were invited.

What will Princess Iman wear on her big day?

It is quite possible that Princess Iman will wear a tiara for the first time on her wedding day – from the fundus of her mother Queen Rania. There is also speculation about her bridal make-up.

Sources used:, Dana Press,


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