Regarding the commitment of Iman, one of the daughters of the Kings of Jordan, Rania and Abdullah, with Venezuelan Jimmy Alexander Termótis Hernandez, the young lives of the royal family in the Middle East are gaining interest in social networks and the international press. .
In addition to Prince Hussein, the eldest son of the kings of the Arab world and the youngest Prince Hashem, there are his two daughters, Princesses Iman and Salma, who are among the most stereotyped and unknown members of the royal family, published. woman of the day.
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They are the daughters of Rania of Jordan and King Abdullah
Iman, the eldest daughter of kings, is one of the most unknown princesses. The 25-year-old has a career in design and is very secretive, although she has an education and a lavish life, like all members of the royal family.
Like his brother, he trained at Aman International Academy (AIA), where he excelled in athletic performance and finished his studies in New York, graduating from the prestigious Parsons School of Design.
The young woman inherited her beauty and high taste for fashion from her mother, Rania Al-Jordaniya. Although, unlike the Queen, he prefers to keep a low profile and discreet.
He rarely accompanies his parents on official visits, as he did in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, China and Japan.
For her part, Princess Soldier and Pilot Salma, a pioneer in Jordan, was born in 2000 and is the equivalent of her older sister. While Iman’s career and time in the United States was almost a state secret, the 21-year-old preferred to comply with the royal agenda and her ambition is to become a role model for young people.
The youngest of the heirs, she was not very attached to her studies, however, she also studied at the AIA, and at the same time chose to continue training in a military career at the British Academy, which was attended by all the royals of Europe. Her father, King Abdullah, is the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
By 2018, she had completed the British phase of her military training and joined the Jordanian army, becoming the first Jordanian woman to successfully complete military pilot training.
“Awesome and hardworking as always! “Congratulations for receiving your wings and preparing for more successes and achievements,” Prince Hussein said when presenting his sister to his sister the official pilot badge. (And the)