Kate Middleton looked spectacular in a blush-pink Eli Saab gown at Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah and Rajwa Al Saif’s wedding on Thursday.

Photos of her at the wedding went viral on social media as people could not get enough of her dress that complimented her skin tone beautifully. In the video of their arrival at Jordan’s royal wedding, the Princess of Wales could be seen curtsying as they met King Abdullah II and Queen Rania who waited to greet them as they ended their residence.

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In another video, Both William and Kate were seen cheerfully congratulating the bride and groom on the happy occasion.

The gown worn by Kate Middleton featured long fluted sleeves and a flowing skirt. It is the second piece worn by the princess that was designed by the designer in recent months.

The Princess of Wales wore a cornflower blue dress last month to attend the Buckingham Palace Garden Party, which was part of King Charles III’s coronation festivities. The dress featured sheer paneling and intricate bead and lace work. It also came with a pussy-bow necktie. She chose to top it off with an elegant Philip Treacy hat in a matching shade.

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The Lebanese designer Elie Saab also designed the bride’s dress which had a striking wrap effect. It was a long-sleeved flowing white gown with a delicately draped bodice and an asymmetrical neckline, and a long, embellished train. The bride topped off her look with a trailing veil, U-shaped chandelier earrings, d’Orsay style flats, and a diamond tiara.

The official ceremony took place at the Zahran Palace, which was designed to pay tribute to the culture of Jordan, Prince Hussein’s military career, and Rajwa’s heritage. The traditional ceremony, known as katb ktab, was a considerably small affair. It was attended by around 140 guests including the prince’s parents
King Abdullah II and Queen Rania and other members of Jordan’s royal family, as well as foreign dignitaries.