AMMAN – According to an Instagram announcement, Princess Iman of Jordan and Jameel Alexander Thermiotis tied the knot on March 12. The bride, 26, is the daughter of Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, while the groom, 28, is a financier of Greek descent from Caracas, Venezuela, who is based in New York. As People reported, “Princess Iman was walked down the aisle by her older brother, Crown Prince Hussein.” Hussein also posted on Instagram, expressing his joy for his sister’s wedding and wishing the newlyweds a lifetime of happiness.
The bride looked stunning in a bespoke white Dior wedding dress with lace-cuffed long sleeves and a matching neckline, accessorized with a tiara, a long veil adorned with flowers. Meanwhile, Thermiotis wore a three-piece suit with a tie.
“People” magazine reported that Queen Rania, 52, congratulated Princess Iman, saying “Iman, I pray this next chapter in your life brings you as much joy, love, and laughter as you have brought us over the years. Congratulations to the bride and groom!” The Royal Hashemite Court announced the couple’s wedding date, which took place on March 12, just a week before the celebration.
Princess Iman, who graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York with a Bachelor of Business Administration, is the eldest daughter of Queen Rania and King Abdullah, and has two younger siblings: Princess Salma, 22, and Prince Hashem, 18.
“This year will be especially celebratory for the royal family of Jordan,” People reported. It was also noted that “Crown Prince Hussein is engaged and is set to wed his fiancée, Rajwa Al-Saif, on June 1.”