Kate Middleton dazzles in shimmering gold gown in Jordan's Crown Prince wedding

[03-06-2023 09:10 AM]

Ammon News - The Prince and Princess of Wales looked elegant as they attended the wedding reception of Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan and his new wife Rajwa Al-Saif.

The royal couple, 40 and 41, who were representing the British Royal Family, greeted the newlyweds at the wedding reception in the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman, Jordan, after attending the ceremony yesterday.

Kate dazzled in a 'Georgia' gown by designer Jenny Packham - a gold, shimmering, long-sleeved dress costing around £5,000, paired with what appeared to be the Lover's Knot Tiara. Meanwhile, Prince William was dapper in a suit and tails.

The royal couple were joined by Princess Beatrice, 34, who was dressed in a Reem Acra embellished gown and wearing the York Tiara, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 39.

And as the wedding reception got under way last night, royals from around the world donned their finery to attend the celebration, where the bride and groom cut their wedding cake, which was made up of seven tiers.

Kate, who lived in Jordan for a short period during her childhood, led the glamorous guests at the event in a blush pink lace dress also by Elie Saab. Beatrice wore a silver sequined gown from British label Needle & Thread for the occasion.

In a touching nod to Queen Elizabeth, the newly married couple left the wedding for their reception in a 1984 Range Rover which had been customised for her visit to the country.

Last night, royals from the Netherlands, Liechtenstein and Sweden changed into their ballgowns to attend the wedding reception of the newlyweds at the Al Husseiniya Palace.

They included Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, King Willem-Alexander and their eldest daughter Princess Amalia; Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden and Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein.

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