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    A Royal Baby Is Coming! Princess Rajwa of Jordan Is Expecting 1st Child With Crown Prince Hussein 10 Months After Joyful Wedding

    Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II and Princess Rajwa Al Hussein are expecting their first child.

    The Royal Hashemite Court announced that Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II and Princess Rajwa Al Hussein are expecting their first royal baby on April 10.

    In the statement, it was announced:

    “The Royal Hashemite Court is pleased to announce that Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II and Princess Rajwa Al Hussein are expecting their first baby this summer. The Royal Hashemite Court extends its sincere congratulations to Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah on this occasion and wishes Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Al Hussein and Princess Rajwa good health and joy as they welcome their baby.”

    On social media, the pregnancy announcement was accompanied by a smiling photo of Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Rajwa, both 29, after they tied the knot on June 1, 2023.

    The coming baby will be the first grandchild of Queen Rania, 53, and King Abdullah, 62.

    According to Gerts Royals, the new addition will receive the titles of His/Her Royal Highness and Prince/Princess.

    Read also: Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein Royal Wedding To Elegant Saudi Architect, Rajwa Al Saif At Zahran Palace In Amman

    A male child will become second in line to the throne of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. According to the country’s constitution, adopted in 1952, the throne is hereditary to King Abdullah Ibn Al-Hussein’s dynasty and passes in linear succession from the king to his eldest son, and so on. If the baby is female, there will be no change to the line of succession.

    Crown Prince Hussein is heir to the throne, followed by his younger brother, Prince Hashem. Queen Rania and King Abdullah are also parents to daughters Princess Iman and Princess Salma.

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