Posted in CELEBRITIES on 3/6/2023 12:39 PM
Queen Rania announced in a moving video that her daughter Princess Iman, 26, will marry on March 12. Regina captioned the video: “I held my first baby and I knew my life would never be the same.
“In a week, she will be a bride. My precious Iman, I am so happy for you and so proud of all of you.”
In one of the still shots in the video, Prince Iman can be seen wearing the most beautiful silver tiara that many wear as a tiara, which she will wear at her wedding.
Although the provenance and maker of the tiara is unknown, it is composed of rigid triangular diamond panels inlaid with diamond flowers.
The frame is worn around the back of the head, indicating that the piece was originally a necklace.
Queen Rania first wore the diamond tiara to a spectacular state party hosted by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2001.
Therefore, this royal tiara has a strong connection with the Kingdom of Great Britain as it made its debut in the presence of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The diamond tiara was worn again two days later, when King Abdullah and Queen Rania returned to the banquet.
It was also used by Queen Rania for a photo in 2001, which was the last time it was made public.
Because it had only been worn three times in 2001, the tiara was put on loan.
But when Princess Iman wore a tiara in a photo posted by Queen Rania in her Instagram video, rumors swirled that the tiara belonged to the Monarch.
It is likely that Princess Iman will wear a diamond tiara at her wedding, which will take place today.
Iman is engaged to Jimmy Thermiótis, a 28-year-old Venezuelan businessman, and the two are getting married on Sunday, March 12.
The dress that Queen Rania wore at her wedding
It is understood that Queen Rania did not wear a wedding dress to the royal wedding of King Abdullah II in 1993. The wedding dress with sleeves and gold is famous, by Bruce Oldfield, who was the favorite designer of the late Princess Diana.
The jacket that covered the top of the dress and the large belt that held it in place made the dress stand out.
Queen Rania wore a wreath of hair tied in a large bowl for a tiara, which had a large veil attached to it, and matched well with her white and gold dress.
She also wore diamond earrings, which had smaller pearls in the ear and a larger pearl hanging from them.