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NewsA royal suit and two "historic" cars at the Jordanian royal wedding

A royal suit and two “historic” cars at the Jordanian royal wedding

The beginning of the marriage contract

According to tradition, the imam who performs the marriage ceremony begins by talking about marriage and its importance in Islam according to what has been mentioned in the Holy Quran and the hadiths of the Prophet.

After the newlyweds and the two witnesses sign the contract, the imam concludes the ceremony with supplications, wishing them a blessed marriage.

crown wedding suit

Crown Prince Al Hussein will wear a suit inspired by the design of the suit worn by King Abdullah II at his wedding.

The sleeves of the suit were designed in a manner similar to the original suit worn by King Abdullah II and King Abdullah I.

The vehicle that reduces food cravings

A hopeful arrives at Zahran Palace, the site of the marriage contract, aboard a 1968 “Rolls-Royce Fanto V” car, which was made for the late Queen Zain Al-Sharaf, and was recently used by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah during the Independence Day ceremony and during the last visit of King Charles III (Prince then) to Jordan.

The main motorcade car

Crown Prince Al Hussein and Raja will be transported from Zahran Palace to Al Husseiniya Palace in a 1984 Range Rover, the same car that was awarded to the late Queen Elizabeth during her visit to Jordan at that time.

The car was manufactured by British car manufacturer Wood & Beckett. The late King Hussein and Queen Elizabeth used the car at the time to visit Petra and other sites in southern Jordan.

Wood & Beckett is a British manufacturer of luxury cars with unique features. The Range Rover was stretched out, with the roof open, and its seats were upholstered in white leather, including four individual Recaro power seats. And the car was called “Share Rover”.

The car was presented to the Royal Automobile Museum in 2003 and remained there until it was restored for use at the Crown Prince’s wedding.

It was mechanically restored in Jordan with a repaint and a redesign of the side windows and the roof to allow better visibility. The car’s original V8 engine is still powered by a 3.5-liter twin-carburettor.

The place of the wedding ceremony

The wedding ceremony will take place on the gazebo amidst the beautifully landscaped gardens of Zahran Palace. The elegant design of the balcony, with its details of carved stone arches and columns, is in harmony with the architectural style of the palace represented by Islamic and arabesque design patterns, to form a state of harmony with the nature of the ceremony. Existing green spaces and simple, organic, seasonal plants will give the party a distinctive Jordanian character.

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