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Jordan Post Releases Exclusive Unseen Wedding Moments of Princess Rajwa and Crown Prince Hussein

The highly anticipated wedding of Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan and Princess Rajwa in 2023 left an enduring mark on global celebrations, enthralling millions with its grandeur, notable guests, and impeccable fashion choices. The lavish event, which was captured on camera and aired for the entire world to see, struck a chord with spectators who joined in the celebration of the future King and Queen of Jordan.

Jordan's postal office brought a touch of royalty in 2024 by revealing a surprise for fans of the royal couple: never-before-seen photos of them forever captured on stamps. These stamps, released by Jordan Post just ahead of the royal pair's first anniversary, were showcased on Instagram to announce the commemorative release. The post emphasized the significance of preserving and immortalizing the Kingdom's achievements and national events through such stamps, allowing collectors worldwide to appreciate Jordanian heritage.

The commemorative stamp set comprises two postage stamps, a card, and an envelope, featuring exclusive portraits of Prince Hussein and Princess Rajwa. The card captures a momentous image of the couple exiting Zahran Palace, framed by the royal guards. In contrast, the postage stamps present a scenic panorama, showcasing the verdant surroundings of the palace.

While the couple has become familiar through numerous public appearances and royal engagements, these stamps serve as a poignant reminder of the start of a new royal era for the Kingdom. The bride, formerly known as Rajwa Al-Saif, wore a timeless white gown designed by the renowned Lebanese couturier Elie Saab for the wedding and subsequent public reception. Later, she changed into a Dolce & Gabbana ensemble for the state reception.

Princess Rajwa was born on April 28, 1994. She is the daughter of Saudi businessman Khalid bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al-Saif and his spouse, Azza bint Nayef Abdulaziz Ahmad Al-Sudairi. 

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