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Old 06-24-2005, 11:24 PM
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Princess Haya wasn't at the wedding either, along with Ali and Rym.

I also would've expected to see some of the Spanish royals there since the family is very close to the JRF.
Apparently P. Haya is in Ireland, doing something related to her equestrian career. And I think Q. Sofia was in Jordan earlier this week, but had to leave before the wedding. The Spanish royals are close to P. Hassan and P. Sarvath.
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:33 PM
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Mbrouk to EL Hassan family , it seems nice wedding .

I wish I can see more pictures for Iman and her sister and brothers .
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:41 PM
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Apparently P. Haya is in Ireland, doing something related to her equestrian career. And I think Q. Sofia was in Jordan earlier this week, but had to leave before the wedding. The Spanish royals are close to P. Hassan and P. Sarvath.
ah okay.
Well I think the Spanish royals are close to the entire JRF and in particular the close friendship is between Sofia and Noor like Alexandria said. If you've seen the video of the Spanish royals arriving in Jordan for the wedding of Prince Hamzah, the warmth between Noor and Sofia is evident. Also Princess Alia and Feisal were there and it was so sweet to see Alia hug Queen Sofia and Princess Letizia. Princess Cristina and her hubby were also in London at Prince Feisal's birthday party. Queen Noor has vacationed with Sofia in Spain. So its not just the Hassans the Spanish royals are close with.
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I thought that the Spanish royals were closer to Queen Noor rather than to Prince Hassan and Princess Sarvath? I know that they were invited to Felipe and Letizia's wedding, but I was always under the impression that the friendship was really between Juan Carlos and Sofia and Noor.

Even if there is a friendship I guess at this time there is a "premium" on the Spanish royal family's time: Cristina is on maternity leave from the handful of royal duties she would've performed; Letizia's schedule has been altered now and then due to her pregnancy and feeling tired from her gruelling schedule; the King and Queen and Felipe seem to be quite busy and I don't know where Elena is -- though I'm not sure that Elena would've gone to represent her parents or the family. I noticed that none of Sofia's children attended their cousin Pavlos' youngest son's baptism in Greece either. I guess if they couldn't find the time to attend that, this wedding would've been further down the priority list.
Yes you're right about Sofia and Noor.
But i guess it makes sense for the spanish royals to not be there since they're busy. There's not so many of them either as the Dutch royals for example.
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:49 PM
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I think the outfit of the bride was nice and simple .

not againe Queen Noor yes what you wear very nice but it would be very nice to see you in some thing new , any one know how many times she wear this outfit , I am not against wear outfit for many time but not in the same way every time

and about Queen Rania I think she did big fashion mistake , yes it was nice outfit but not for a wedding , I wish that she chosen some thing more traditional .
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I wish that she chosen some thing more traditional .
true. This was one event I was looking forward to seeing Rania wear a traditional dress. She has been dressing more simply since she gave birth to P. Hashem, less "glamorous" i would say.
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:56 PM
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So its not just the Hassans the Spanish royals are close with.
No one claimed this to be the case.
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No one claimed this to be the case.
You said "The Spanish royals are close to P. Hassan and P. Sarvath"
which came across to me as you saying that the Hassans are the ones the Spanish royals were close with and not the entire family. But I guess that's not what you meant.
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true. This was one event I was looking forward to seeing Rania wear a traditional dress. She has been dressing more simply since she gave birth to P. Hashem, less "glamorous" i would say.
Her attire suprised me. I would assume, as queen of Jordan, that when at family functions like that one, she would be wearing a traditional attire, which I think are just gorgeous. I mean, at family occassions, I rarely see Queen Noor without a traditional garb on. It was a bit disappointing to me that Rania decided not to wear one.
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The Spanish Real House and the Jordanian have good relation; for example, the Princes and the Infanta Cristina initiated their honeymoons there.
But as it says Alexandria that somebody went now to that wedding was complicated. The Kings inaguraron yesterday the Olympic Games of the Mediterranean, and not safe there it but I create to have seen one of the brothers of the King of Jordan.
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princess Badia is very beutiful
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The wedding would have no meaning. A Muslim woman can only marry a Muslim man.
really?is it mentioned in Quran?
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Old 06-25-2005, 04:19 AM
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I've 2 questions.
it's a wedding,why do they call it an egagment ceremony?
how old is the bride?
and at last it's pitty that every wedding ceremony in JRF seems to be better than Hamzah and Noor's....comparing their wedding to Farah,Rania or Badiya's wedding you'll see that their wedding was not a princly wedding.
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Princess Annette is standing behind Queen Rania, wearing a lightblue outfit. And I think it's definitely Prince Felix of Luxembourg.
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Where is queen sofia of spain Ididnt see her at all..
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I watched the wedding on TV as well :p

Her dress looked amazing and they all looked happy and relaxed.

Well, the groom is a muslim now and theres no way a muslim princess would be allowed to marry a non muslim man.
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Is the crown for princess sarvath?
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Well, the groom is a muslim now and theres no way a muslim princess would be allowed to marry a non muslim man.
so it's ok for muslim commoners to marry non-muslem men?
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Old 06-25-2005, 06:15 AM
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so it's ok for muslim commoners to marry non-muslem men?
Im not a muslim myself so I dont know the answer to your question cute girl.
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Muslim girls can marry non muslm men only if they became muslims .....this rule only for girls
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