As England’s Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, arrived to Jordan, his first leg in the Middle East, the official Twitter account of Kensington Palace shared several photos for him accompanied by Jordan Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah. Immediately, all attention was diverted to the handsome young royal of Jordan.
The photo shared for the two Crown Princes while watching a rerun of the World Cup’s football match of England and Panama after dinner at the Beit Al Urdun Palace.
The 24-year-old western-educated Crown Prince has been attracting attention lately for his frequent appearance on the international scene accompanying his father, King Abdullah II.
On the tweets, ladies jumped on the post admiring Prince Hussein’s look.
Some people shared GIFs describing their reaction when they first saw the photos.
Others asked Prince William if he can bring Prince Hussein with him to England.
Another tweet suggested he might be suitable for Princess Beatrice, member of the British royal family and granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II.
And the trend gathered momentum…
One user went to call him “the Crown Prince of my heart”.
Jordan’s heir to the throne was appointed as the Crown Prince at the age of 15, before going on to study History at Washington's Georgetown University and attending Sandhurst, just like his father. He is known of being close to the Jordanian youth.
Some users attributed the charming charisma of both princes to their mothers, Princess Diana and Queen Rania.
Nothing new for the young trainee helicopter pilot who has over one million followers on his Instagram account. He regularly receives flirtatious comments on his posts with girls wondering if he is single or not, be it on posts of playing football or hiking in the Jordan valley.
The Duke of Cambridge has visited Jordan for around two days, in which he visited the ruins of a Roman settlement in Jordan.
His visit has faced criticism in Israel, after the British royal family issued a statement on details of the visit saying he will visit Jordan, Israel and the “Occupied Palestinian territories”, where he will have “a short briefing on the history and geography of Jerusalem's Old City from a viewing point at the Mount of Olives.”
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