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Greek-Venezuelan Millionaire To Marry Princess of Jordan

Greek Venezuelan Millionaire Princess of Jordan
Jameel Alexander Thermiotis will marry Princess Iman of Jordan. Credit: The Royal Hashemite Court

Greek-Venezuelan millionaire Jameel (Jimmy) Alexander Thermiotis will marry Princess Iman of Jordan this coming weekend, the Palace in Amman announced on Sunday.

Queen Rania revealed that her 26-year-old daughter is getting married next week on Sunday, March 12, in the caption of a Facebook video.

“The first time I held my baby girl, I knew my life would never be the same. In a week, she will be a bride. My precious Iman, I am so happy for you and so proud of everything that you are,” Queen Rania, 52, captioned the montage.

Princess of Jordan video before wedding to Greek-Venezuelan millionaire

The clip was a combination of home videos and photos, beginning with Queen Rania holding Princess Iman in the hospital after she was born.

The video transitioned to shots of Iman growing up, from footage with King Abdullah II as a baby to pictures with her parents as a young woman.

The montage also featured a new photo of Iman and her fiancé Jameel Alexander Thermiotis posing close together in a lavender field, and moved to the festivities building up to their big day.

In footage filmed in a light-filled room, Queen Rania smiled and looked on during what appeared to be a wedding dress fitting for her eldest daughter.

The clip closed with the first picture of Princess Iman wearing a tiara — Queen Rania’s triangular Diamond Tiara — perhaps providing a clue to her choice of tiara for the big day.

The Greek-Venezuelan millionaire

Thermiotis is a successful businessman and financier who also holds the position of managing partner at Outbound Ventures in New York.

Thermiotis was born in Caracas, Venezuela, to Alexandros Thermiotis and Corina Hernández in 1994. He’s the eldest of three siblings: one is a girl, Alexia, and the other is a boy, Alejandros.

He comes from a prominent Greek family that maintains a strong connection to their heritage with frequent trips to the Greek island of Andros.

Princess Iman’s soon-to-be husband attended private school while growing up in Venezuela and attended college in the United States.

Thermiotis graduated in 2015 with a specialization in Business Administration and Business from Florida International University, which set him up for his future career in finance.

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