In the framework of the recent visit of the King and Queen of Jordan to Spain, a new protagonist has caught the attention of royal observers: Prince Hashem, the youngest son of Abdullah and Rania of Jordan.
Taking advantage of his vacation, the young prince joined his parents at the Royal Palace, in an event where his presence was not scheduled in the royal agenda.
In the images captured during the reception organized by the King and Queen of Spain, Hashem could be seen standing next to Queen Letizia, greeting each guest with elegance and courtesy.
Dressed in an impeccable dark suit and a navy blue tie, he displayed great mastery in his institutional role, making his debut at an international event.
During the traditional greeting, the closeness between Queen Letizia and Prince Hashem was evident.
Their affectionate interaction, exchanging laughs and confidences, showcased the Queen’s efforts to make the young prince feel comfortable in his institutional role.
Undoubtedly, Hashem’s presence reminded her of her own daughters, and it is possible that, in a more private setting, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia had the opportunity to meet the youngest son of Rania of Jordan.
Both Letizia and Rania, in addition to their passion for fashion, share the desire to provide their children with a “normal” childhood despite their royal positions.
Prince Hashem and Princess Leonor
In this regard, Prince Hashem, the fourth son of Rania and Abdullah II, shares a generation with Princess Leonor, as they are both 18 years old (Leonor’s birthday is October 31).
Like Leonor, Hashem is discreet and does not have profiles on social networks or participate in Jordanian high society parties.
He holds the second position in the line of succession to the throne, after his older brother and ahead of his paternal uncle, Prince Faisal. As of now, he has no known girlfriend.
Hashem’s presence in Madrid provides an opportunity for his first meeting with Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia.
It is not superfluous for young princes from royal houses to get to know each other, and who knows if there could be possible romantic connections between them in the future.
Hashem of Jordan Leonor of Spain’s boyfriend?
Hashem could be considered Leonor’s Prince Charming, but he could also become an ally.
His royal position, similar age, and excellent relations between the two monarchies could favor a strategic marriage between the two royal houses. This possibility was mentioned by Jaime Peñafiel, a veteran chronicler of the Royal Houses, during the Spanish program ‘Ya es mediodía’.
Undoubtedly, Prince Hashem of Jordan has aroused the interest of the specialized press and royalty fans, who will be eagerly anticipating future meetings between these young royal figures.