Princess Iman of Jordan married Alexander Jameel Thermiotis in an elegant ceremony on Sunday, March 12. The couple got engaged in July 2022 and since then speculations have been rampant about what the princess would wear on her wedding day. Surrounded by her family and close friends, the bride was a radiant beauty in her exquisite Dior gown and Chaumet tiara.
In the ceremony at Beit Al Urdon Palace, the princess opted for a bespoke gown from the French fashion house. With long fitted sleeves and a soft A-line skirt, her bridal gown was the perfect ensemble for a royal that is known for her sophisticated elegance. Other elements such as the fitted bodice and square neckline overlaid with delicate floral lace added an air of timeless beauty to the look.
Her veil perfectly complimented the dress with its floral detailing but it was the Chaumet tiara that demanded attention. The dainty-looking diamond diadem that adorned her head reportedly belonged to her paternal grandmother, Princess Muna al-Hussein.
Earlier last week, Princess Iman also favored for an accessory belonging to her mother for her pre-wedding henna party. Dressed up in a bridal gown by Jordanian designer Reema Dahbour, the princess was spotted wearing her mother’s Bruce Oldfield belt last worn by the Queen during her own wedding in 1993.
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