Kate Middleton and Prince William attended a royal wedding in Jordan. The Prince and Princess of Wales joined the Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan and Rajwa Alseif in Amman, Jordan. At a wedding ceremony in Zahran Palace, the royal couple represented their country, per People.

Upon arrival, Princess Kate greeted them with a curtsy, and she and William chatted with the parents of the groom King Abdullah II and Queen Rania. Their arrival to Amman was confirmed when they were spotted at a hotel nearby the wedding.

The Crown Prince Hussein wed his wife Alseif in an Islamic ceremony. Prince William, dressed in a suit, and Kate Middleton, rocking a pink maxi gown, greeted the newly weds with hugs and kisses after the ceremony. The ceremony will be followed by a reception at Al Husseiniya Palace with over 1,700 guests.

William and Kate weren't the only royals at the celebration, obviously. They were met with the Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Princess Hisako of Japan and Princess Tsuguko, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, King Philippe and Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, and King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands among others.

Prince William and Kate are well connected to Jordan's royal family. Kate lived in Jordan from two to four years old while her father worked for British Airwards. Queen Rania is also on the council of William's Earthshot Prize. Kate and William even took their family on a trip to Jordan in 2021.