State leaders and officials from around 70 countries are expected to attend the wedding of Jordan’s Royal Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II and Miss Rajwa Khaled Al-Seif which will be held in Amman on Thursday.
President Abdul Latif Rashid of Iraq, Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei Darussalam, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, and Prince William of Wales were among those who arrived.
US first lady Jill Biden also landed in Amman to celebrate the happy occasion.
“I’m on my way to the Middle East and North Africa to build on our longstanding partnerships and meet with young people across the region to discuss how the next generation can thrive,” Biden wrote on Twitter.
“I look forward to traveling to Amman, Jordan to join King Abdullah and Queen Rania in celebrating their son, Crown Prince Al Hussein’s wedding to Ms. Rajwa Al Seif.”
Director of the Media Department at Greater Amman Municipality (GAM), Nasser Al-Rahamneh, assured that everything is planned for the grand event.
“All roads and parking spaces are well-prepared. We foresee no major issues and are excited to celebrate this event,” Al-Rahamneh affirmed.
“We have planned for beautiful fireworks that befit this national occasion we cherish and take pride in. The fireworks display will launch from King Abdullah II Gardens at 10 PM. It will be a sight to behold – wonderful, unique, and spectacular.”