Distinctive moments filled with happiness and pride were experienced by the Jordanian Hashemite family at the wedding ceremony of Princess Iman bint Abdullah II and Jamil Alexander Termouts, in the garden of the Royal House of Jordan.
In the presence of Jordan's King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, who received all the invited guests from relatives of the royal family and friends from Jordan and other Arab countries, Princess Iman, accompanied by her brother, Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, Crown Prince of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, entered the garden to hold the wedding ceremony.
Princess Iman drew all attention to her from the moment she entered with her brother in her white dress, and passed under the white almond blossoms in a wonderful spring atmosphere.
Upon her arrival, Princess Iman sat next to Mr. Jamil, and to her right was her father, King Abdullah II, and in front of her was Queen Rania and all the attendees.
And after Princess Iman, the wife of Termoutis, was officially announced, the newlyweds put on their headscarves to the sounds of ululation that go back to Jordanian customs and traditions.