He is often seen standing with his family, united at high-profile occasions and the regal pedigree of Princess Iman bint Abdullah of Jordan , the second daughter and eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, is abundantly clear. . And, though her appearances to date have been shoulder-to-shoulder with her biggest fans, her parents, the princess who was born on September 27, 1996, recently had the spotlight firmly focused on her when she announced her commitment.
Princess Iman will marry Jameel Alexander Thermiotis, who was born in Caracas, Venezuela to a Greek family and now works in New York City as a managing partner at a venture capital firm. His name is Jimmy after his grandfather, well known in the business sector of the South American country because he was a representative of major European brands in the perfume industry, such as Dior. In fact, his legacy in this field survives with a luxury perfume distributor. Her grandfather also founded High Society and Versailles stores, which sold high-end glassware and designer items.
“The Royal Hashemite Court extends its heartfelt congratulations to HRH Princess Iman and Mr. Thermiotis on this occasion and wishes them a lifetime of happiness,” the palace said in a statement announcing the engagement. Already looking like a princess bride, Iman rocked a flowing white gown with an ornate neckline in the couple’s photo. Her diamond solitaire engagement ring is also on display in her official portrait. Princess Iman studied at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, following in the footsteps of her older brother, 28-year-old Crown Prince Hussein.
Queen Ramia celebrated the engagement of her daughter Princess Iman to Jameel Alexander Thermiotis
“Congratulations my dear Iman, your smile has always been a gift of love that I have treasured since the day you were born. I wish you and Jameel a lifetime of love and laughter!” wrote Queen Rania on Instagram, sharing the official portrait of her. There are no details yet on when Princess Iman and Thermiotis will get married but it will surely be a glamorous affair.
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Princess Iman is the first of her four siblings to marry: her older brother, Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, does not publicly date anyone. He posted a photo of himself with the happy couple on his Instagram and wrote: “Warmest congratulations to my dear sister Iman and her fiancé Jameel on her engagement. I wish you a lifetime of happiness together.”