Princess Iman bint Abdullah

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Princess Iman
Born (1996-09-27) 27 September 1996 (age 20)
Amman, Jordan
House Hashemite
Father Abdullah II
Mother Rania Al-Yassin
Religion Islam
Jordanian royal family
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HM Queen Noor

Princess Iman bint Abdullah (Arabic: إيمان بنت عبدالله‎‎; born 27 September 1996) is the second child and eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan.

Early life[edit]

Born in Amman on 27 September 1996 to then Prince Abdullah and Princess Rania, Princess Iman is a member of the Hashemite family. She is the 42nd-generation descendant of Muhammad. Her paternal grandfather was the then-reigning King Hussein and her grandmother is the English-born Princess Muna, who is his second wife. Iman has one elder brother, Crown Prince Hussein and two younger siblings, Princess Salma and Hashem. She and her sister have birthdays that are one day apart.

Education and duties[edit]

Princess Iman attended the International Academy Amman (IAA) with her paternal cousin, Muna Juma. On 4 June 2014, she graduated from IAA and was awarded as the top female athlete in her class.[1] She is currently attending Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., the same university as her brother Crown Prince Hussein.[2]

On 19 June 2010, Iman accompanied her parents to the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden to Daniel Westling. The princess has also accompanied her parents to visits to the United Kingdom, France, Italy, China and Japan.

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