Jordan's 75th Independence Day #Independence75

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 Today May 25th, the Royal Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is celebrating its 75th Independence Day. And like last year, the celebrations were downsize due to the current global CoronaVirus pandemic. His Majesty King Abdullah II tweeted his message to the Kingdom from Raghadan Palace.



Ceremony:

An official welcoming ceremony was held for His Majesty King Abdullah II upon his arrival at the Royal Hashemite Court, accompanied by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah.

Their Majesties were received by their children, HRH Crown Prince Hussein, HRH Princess Salma and HRH Prince Hashem as well as the King's mother HRH Princess Muna and other members of the Royal Family.



Upon their arrival at the venue, His Majesty King Abdullah was received with a military reception that included a 21-gun salute, and then inspected the honour guard.

Today's ceremony was attended by Royal Family members notably His Majesty's sibling HRH Prince Feisal with his family; wife Princess Zeina and children Princess Ayah bint Feisal, Prince Omar bin Feisal. Princess Ayah attended with her husband Mohammad Halawani. Uncle HRH Prince Raad bin Zeid and his wife HRH Princess Majda, HRH Prince Ali Bin Nayef,  HRH Prince Asem Bin Nayef and his wife HRH Princess Sana Asem, HRH Princess Ayah, HRH Prince Talal, his wife Princess Ghida Al Talal with their children; HRH Prince Hussein bin Talal, twins Prince Muhammad bin Talal and Princess Rajaa bint Talal, Princess Badiya bint Hassan and her husband Khaled Edward Blair, HRH Princess Rahma bint Hassan and her husband Alaa Batayneh, Prince Asem bin Nayef & Princess Sana Al Asem.

During the ceremony, His Majesty bestowed the Order of the State Centennial on a number of leading national institutions and a group of distinguished Jordanian men and women, in appreciation for their contributions to Jordan’s prosperity and progress.

The ceremony paid tribute to Jordan’s 100-year history and highlighted various milestones from the past to the present day.

It also underscored Jordan’s close connection, through the Hashemite Custodianship to Jerusalem and its Islamic and Christian holy sites.


Look Details:

Today she is wearing a black embroidered Jordanian Abaya, Green Nuniz Zahira Cairo Lotus clutch made with Wrapped in beautiful snakeskin, Jennifer Chamandi Green Lorenzo 105 Snake Suede Pumps and Apple Watch Series 3 (Gps + Cellular), 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Green Milanese Loop Band.

Princess Salma is wearing a Asma Bani Essa Thoub paired with Stuart Weitzman “XFactor” Pointed Toe D'Orsay Ankle Strap Pumps


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