Queen Rania of Jordan hosted a joyous henna celebration in honor of Rajwa Al-Saif, the future daughter-in-law of Jordan’s royal family and the soon-to-be bride of Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II of Jordan.
The event took place ahead of the royal wedding, scheduled for June 1 in Amman, and marked a momentous occasion for both families.
Rajwa Al-Saif, dressed in an exquisite white-and-gold gown designed by Saudi designer Honayda Serafi, radiated beauty and grace as she joined Queen Rania and other members of the Jordanian royal family in the festivities.
Queen Rania shared an exclusive glimpse of the glamorous event. She wrote in the caption,
No celebration would be complete without our Jordanian family. Celebrating our beautiful Rajwa.
The henna celebration, steeped in cultural significance, served as a symbolic prelude to the couple’s nuptials, further strengthening the bond between the two families.
Simultaneously, Crown Prince Hussein enjoyed his own pre-wedding celebrations alongside his military colleagues.
The Royal Hashemite Court announced last week that the prince participated in a “celebratory evening” with members of the 40th King Hussein bin Talal Royal Armored Brigade.
Photographs captured the crown prince in the company of his brother, Prince Hashem bin Abdullah II, showcasing the camaraderie and excitement surrounding the upcoming wedding.
Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al-Saif announced their engagement during a ceremony held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia last year. The occasion was graced by the presence of King Abdullah, Queen Rania, and Al-Saif’s family, further solidifying the warm ties between the two nations.
As the royal wedding approaches, anticipation continues to mount, with well-wishers eagerly awaiting the union of Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al-Saif. Their love story has captured the imagination of many, symbolizing a harmonious bond between Jordan and Saudi Arabia.