Rajwa Al Saif, 29, and Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan, 28, married in Amman on Thursday in a spectacular ceremony, attended by royals from all over the world.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds attended a reception which was then followed by an evening banquet.
Rajwa wore a gorgeous Elie Saab wedding dress for the religious wedding ceremony, but the bride changed into a new gown in time for the evening banquet.
For this, Rajwa donned a custom Dolce and Gabbana Alta Moda Gown – a short-sleeved white dress with a large floor-length skirt, covered in excess white material that looked almost like cake swirls.
The bride wore very long white gloves with the dress and, in addition, a custom tiara created by the band Fred Jewellery.
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Rajwa’s tiara, which she also wore for the religious ceremony, featured a hidden Arabic message on the side which said: “Rajwatum min Allah”. This translates to “The hope bestowed by God”.
Many assumed Rajwa would wear a tiara that Queen Rania loves to wear, the Arabic Script Tiara. However, the 29-year-old instead opted for a brand new diadem.
The tiara was positioned on Rajwa’s hair which was tied in a low bun with two strands of hair left out to frame her gorgeous face.
The hair-do was very reminiscent of Meghan Markle’s wedding hairstyle from 2018.
The Duchess of Sussex similarly left some strands free outside of a messy bun, which she paired with Queen Mary’s Bandeau Tiara.
Royal fans were divided by Rajwa’s second gown and took to social media to discuss the custom dress.
For instance, @sarita.hen loved the outfit and wrote: “It’s gorgeous.”
Similarly, Instagram user @meghansclosetchronicles said: “She looks like an 80’s Barbie cake every little girl would have wanted for their party.”
However, royal fan @sofiacoldfield wrote: “For lack of a better word, it looks cheap, although I’m sure it’s very carefully hand sewn and therefore worth a fortune.
“Maybe it looks better in person when you see all the details, but looking at this picture, I just don’t understand what she saw in this dress. And the gloves don’t help.”
In addition, @ole_matthis wrote: “Gloves are too much and I also find the updo hairstyle with these two strands very retro, but not in a good way.”
Royal watcher @jessicababbitt commented: “I am speechless. What happened here.”