Jordan’s Royal Court Declares Wedding Date Of Princess Iman


The wedding of Her Royal Highness Princess Iman bint Abdullah II and Mr. Jameel Alexander Thermiotis is scheduled to take place on March 12, 2023, according to a statement made by the Royal Hashemite Court on Sunday.

The Royal Hashemite Court wishes Her Royal Highness Princess Iman and Mr. Thermiotis a lifetime of joy and extends its heartfelt compliments to Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah on this occasion.

While Thermiotis is the managing partner of a venture capital fund with its headquarters in New York, Princess Iman is the eldest child of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan.

He was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1994, but as per the Hello magazine, he is of Greek descent. Florida International University awarded Thermiotis a degree in business administration and business in 2015.

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After graduating, he founded and ran Outbound Ventures LLC, a venture capital firm, before joining a venture capital fund in New York.

As news broke that Princess Iman would wed Jameel Thermiotis on Saturday, Jordan’s Queen Rania paid a heartfelt tribute to her.

Ahead of the wedding, Queen Rania shared a video montage of her daughter, showcasing moments from when she was a newborn to when she was an adult.

A young Queen Rania holding Princess Iman in a hospital bed soon after her birth in 1996 is seen in the touching video’s opening scene.

The caption on Queen Rania’s Instagram post read, “The moment I held my baby girl, I knew my life would never be the same. “She will marry in a week. Iman, you make me so happy and I am so proud of everything you are.”



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