Princess Azemah of Brunei marries first cousin in lavish week-long wedding ceremony
The daughter of the Sultan of Brunei has tied the knot alongside together with her first cousin in an extravagant ceremony at her father’s Palace.
Princess Azemah and her new husband, Prince Bahar ibni Jefri Bolkiah, kicked off their week of wedding ceremony celebrations throughout the unbiased sultanate on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia on January 8.
Prince Bahar is the son of the sultan’s brother, Prince Jefri Bolkiah.
The lavish string of events began throughout the Banquet Hall of the palace Istana Nurul Iman, the sultan’s official residence, adopted by seven ceremonies.
Among them was the conventional reward alternate, the presentation of the royal insignia, a three-day wedding ceremony ceremony and a consuming reception.
The bride’s youthful brother, Prince Mateen, shared a peek into the wedding on his Instagram with footage from the Powdering Ceremony and the last word wedding ceremony ceremony, which was held on January 15.
“So happy for my dearest big sister and BJB,” he wrote alongside the images.
The Sultan of Brunei turned the world’s longest-serving dwelling monarch after the demise of Queen Elizabeth II closing September.
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah won’t be solely Brunei’s absolute monarch and supreme chief of the Islamic faith, however moreover the nation’s prime minister, finance minister, worldwide affairs and commerce minister, superintendent of police, defence minister and commander of the armed forces, and even chancellor of the nationwide school.
He has a personal wealth estimated at $27.7 billion, which has earned him a spot among the many many world’s richest rulers.