Princess Iman of Jordan, the eldest daughter of King Abdallah II and Queen Rania, married Greek-Venezuelan Millionaire Dimitrios (Jameel or Jimmy) Thermiotis on Sunday.
The glamorous wedding was hosted at the King and Queen’s palace in the Dabouq neighbourhood west of Amman.
The Jordanian Princess looked dazzling in her elegant, hand-embroidered, long-sleeve white dress, which featured a long train and a lace veil.
She also wore a diamond tiara, reportedly owned by her grandmother, Princess Muna Al Hussein, mother of King Abdullah and second wife of the late King Hussein.
Princess Iman was escorted to the ceremony through the palace gardens by her brother, Crown Prince Hussein.
Parts of the ceremony and the wedding feast were broadcast live on state television.
Queen Rania had revealed the happy news about the upcoming wedding only a few days ago, in the caption of a Facebook video.
Princess Iman is the first child of the royal couple of Jordan to be married; their eldest son, Crown Prince Hussein, is due to marry fiancee Rajwa Al Saif, from Saudi Arabia, on June 1.
Princess Iman’s Greek-Venezuelan husband
Princess Iman’s Greek-Venezuelan husband is a successful businessman and financier, who also holds the position of managing partner at Outbound Ventures in New York.
Born in Caracas, Venezuela, to Alexandros Thermiotis and Corina Hernández in 1994, Dimitrios, also known as Jameel or Jimmy, is the eldest of three siblings: one is a girl, Alexia, and the other is a boy, Alejandro.
The prominent Thermiotis family maintains a strong connection to their heritage with frequent trips to the Greek island of Andros.