According to Malaysian website Hype, the first ceremonies were held on January 16 in a royal ceremony, followed by an opening ceremony the following day. Brunei will also host wedding receptions and closing ceremonies.
On January 18, the groom’s family Al-Hashimi living in Darussidiq, Jerudong area, sent a delegation to Nurul Iman Palace, the residence of the Sultan of Brunei, to pay their respects.
Princess Fadzilah. Photo: Twitter
Brunei Princess Fadzilah Lubabul Bolkiah, 36, and her husband Abdullah Nabil Mahmoud Al-Hashimi held a royal wedding from January 16 to January 25. Photo: Twitter
The ceremony to meet the bride’s family took place with the participation of a number of Bruneian royal figures, including Prince Abdul Mateen. 17 artillery shells were fired to confirm that the royal family had accepted the wedding trays presented to the bride’s side.
The groom’s family was also invited to the banquet hall at Nurul Iman Palace and was greeted by members of the royal family.
The groom’s family brought the bride’s wedding gift to the bride’s house on January 18. Photo: Borneo Bulletin
17 shells were fired to confirm the royal family had accepted the wedding trays given to the bride’s side. Photo: Borneo Bulletin
Princess Fadzilah is the daughter of the Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah, the second longest-reigning monarch in the world after Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain. Princess Fadzilah’s life is rarely revealed on social media like her other brothers, including Prince Mateen who is a famous name on social networks.
Princess Fadzilah (left) and family. Photo: Instagram
Princess Fadzilah and her surviving siblings. Photo: Instagram
She is also known as the “Sports Princess”. Photo: Instagram