On Wednesday, June 21, Prince William turned 41 years old. The future monarch, like the rest of the Royal Family, has had a year filled with dramatic occurrences, including Queen Elizabeth’s death and monarch Charles’ coronation.
On the big day, the Prince of Wales received birthday congratulations from other family members, and details of prior birthdays – which embarrassed him at the time – were revealed. While the excitement of celebrating his birthday was undeniably apparent, there was also negative press speculation about the prince.
A few weeks ago, Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the wedding of Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein and his Saudi wife, Rajwa al-Seif. William allegedly did something to the bride upon welcoming her at the wedding.
Royal families from all across the world have very special ties. Going back in antiquity, we can observe marriage links formed, especially because various European royal houses have seen their sons and daughters marry.
Queen Victoria, who reigned from 1837 to 1901, was often known as “Europe’s Grandmother,” because her offspring married into other European royal families.
The Middletons’ tenure in Jordan was brief, and they returned to Berkshire in September 1986. Later, Kate went in a boarding school where he was tormented and mistreated before transferring to another institution and then to university, where she met her future husband, Prince William.
Crown Prince Hussein married Rajwa al-Seif at the Zahran Palace courtyard. The bride chose a white gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab with a flower-embroidered train and a diamond tiara. Kate Middleton opted for a stunning pink gown by Elie Saab.
The service also included a touching tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II. The charming wedding pair drove out from the ceremony in a 1984 Range Rover, which had been specifically customised for the Queen’s visit to Jordan in 1984.
The wedding guests then had the opportunity to welcome the newlyweds and express them their best wishes for the future. Cameras were everywhere, and they caught the moment Prince William and Kate Middleton were about to greet the bride.
After Prince William spoke for a few moments, it was Kate’s chance to speak. However, William felt it was time to move on after a few moments. While she chatted with Princess Rajwa, William made a motion towards Kate,
Of course, William merely wanted Kate to hurry up. However, his statements have prompted numerous royal specialists to criticise him for his treatment of his wife.