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King Hussein is giving a flower to his lovely bride Antoinette April Gardiner.

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King Hussein is giving a flower to his lovely bride Antoinette April Gardiner.
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King Hussein is giving a flower to his lovely bride Antoinette April Gardiner.
King Hussein is giving a flower to his lovely bride Antoinette April Gardiner.
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Rendezvous With King Hussein Of Jordan And His Bride Antoinette April Gardiner. Princess Muna al-Hussein is the mother of King Abdullah II of Jordan. She was the second wife of Hussein, the late king of Jordan. Gardiner married King Hussein in Amman, Jordan, on 25 May 1961. She converted to Islam and was renamed Muna al-Hussein upon marriage;[3] she kept the title Her Royal Highness Princess Muna al-Hussein after the divorce. Together they had four children: Abdullah (born 1962; now King Abdullah II of Jordan). Feisal (born 1963). Aisha (born 1968, twin of Princess Zein). Zein (born 1968, twin of Princess Aisha). They were divorced on 21 December 1972. After her divorce, she was allowed to keep the style of Royal Highness and the title of Princess of Jordan. She continues to work and live in Jordan King Hussein, Jordan, bride, Antoinette, April, Gardiner,

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