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Former daughter-in-law of Simeon II became the princess of Jordan (PHOTO)

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The former daughter-in-law of King Simeon II, Princess Miriam, married His Royal Highness Prince Ghazi bin Mohammed of the Royal Hashemite family of Jordan. The wedding took place on Saturday, September 3.

Princess Miriam was married to Prince Kardam Turnovski. She has retained her Orthodox faith, despite her new husband’s Muslim faith.

“Their Highnesses Prince El Hassan bin Halal and Prince Talal bin Mohammed attended the ceremony. The Hashemite Royal Family wishes Their Royal Highnesses Prince Ghazi bin Mohammed and Princess Miriam Ghazi a long and happy life,” an official statement on social media said.

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