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Princess Raiyah Bint Al Hussein, 33, seen in Japan in 2009, is planning to marry Roald Dahl & grandson Ned Donovan, 25, a British journalist.

The half-sister of the controversial princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, who is fighting the Dubai billionaire ruler in the High Court to get a forced protection order for their two children, has announced that she is engaged.

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Princess Raiyah Bint Al Hussein, 33, is getting married to grandson Ned Donovan, 25, a British journalist from Roald Dahl.

Raiyah is currently based in California, where she is completing a PHhD at UCLA, while former reporter for The Times, Ned, is based in Delhi, where he reports on local news and moves to Jordan in December.

The announcement was made by Jordan The Agency Hashemite, by the Royal Hashemite Court.

Princess Raiyah Bint Al Hussein, 33, seen in Japan in 2009, is planning to marry Roald Dahl & grandson Ned Donovan, 25, a British journalist.

Princess Raiyah Bint Al Hussein, 33, seen in Japan in 2009, is planning to marry Roald Dahl & grandson Ned Donovan, 25, a British journalist.

Ted went to Twitter to share the announcement and wrote: & # 39; I am very happy to be able to share some incredibly happy news with you. & # 39;

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The statement reads: & # 39; The Royal Hashemite Court is pleased to announce the engagement of Her Royal Highness Princess Raiyah bint Al Hussein to Mr. Faris Ned Donovan, which took place on Saturday, October 26, 2019.

& # 39; On this occasion, the Royal Hashemite Court expresses its sincere congratulations to Her Royal Highness Princess Raiyah and Mr. Donovan. Princess Raiyah, born in Amman in 1986, is the daughter of His Majesty the deceased King Hussein bin Talal and Her Majesty Queen Noor.

& # 39; She holds a Bachelor's degree in Japanese Studies from Edinburgh University in Scotland, a Masters in Japanese Literature from Columbia University in New York, and is currently a PhD student in pre-modern Japanese literature at UCLA. & # 39;

The websites of Ned show that he has worked for the Mail, Buzzfeed and Spectator, and has also appeared in the BBC news program and is currently based in India

The websites of Ned show that he has worked for the Mail, Buzzfeed and Spectator, and has also appeared in the BBC news program and is currently based in India

The websites of Ned show that he has worked for the Mail, Buzzfeed and Spectator, and has also appeared in the BBC news program and is currently based in India

Ted went to Twitter to share the announcement and wrote: & # 39; I am very happy to be able to share some incredibly happy news with you. & # 39;

Ted went to Twitter to share the announcement and wrote: & # 39; I am very happy to be able to share some incredibly happy news with you. & # 39;

Ted went to Twitter to share the announcement and wrote: & # 39; I am very happy to be able to share some incredibly happy news with you. & # 39;

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The websites of Ned show that he has worked for the Mail, Buzzfeed and Spectator, and has also appeared in the BBC news program.

Who is Ned Donovan?

Ned is grandson of the famous British novelist Roald Dahl and son of author Chantal Sophia & # 39; Tessa & # 39; Dahl – who was born by Roald and the American actress Patricia Neal.

Tessa Dahl married actor Julian Holloway and had children Clover and Luke, before she married businessman Patrick Donovan, son of an Australian academic and diplomat, with whom she welcomed son Ned.

The websites of Ned show that he has worked for the Mail, Buzzfeed and Spectator, and has also appeared in the BBC news program, and he currently lives in India.

He announces that he is available for commissions in India and declares that he will soon be moving to Jordan.

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Ned is grandson of the famous British novelist Roald Dahl and son of author Chantal Sophia & # 39; Tessa & # 39; Dahl – who was born by Roald and the American actress Patricia Neal.

Tessa Dahl married actor Julian Holloway and had children Clover and Luke, before she married businessman Patrick Donovan, son of an Australian academic and diplomat, with whom she welcomed son Ned.

Meanwhile, Raiyah is the youngest daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan and Queen Noor, and shares half-brother King Abdullah of Jordan with Princess Haya.

Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, 45, is fighting the Dubai billionaire ruler in the Supreme Court to get a forced protection order for their two children – and to prevent them from leaving Great Britain.

Raiyah, seen on the left in 2009 with Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussain of Jordan, is the youngest daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan and Queen Noor, and half-brother or sister of King Abdullah of Jordan and Princess Haya

Raiyah, seen on the left in 2009 with Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussain of Jordan, is the youngest daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan and Queen Noor, and half-brother or sister of King Abdullah of Jordan and Princess Haya

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Raiyah, seen on the left in 2009 with Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussain of Jordan, is the youngest daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan and Queen Noor, and half-brother or sister of King Abdullah of Jordan and Princess Haya

Former reporter for The Times, Ned, is based in Delhi, where he reports local news and moves to Jordan in Decembe

Former reporter for The Times, Ned, is based in Delhi, where he reports local news and moves to Jordan in Decembe

Former reporter for The Times, Ned, is based in Delhi, where he reports local news and moves to Jordan in Decembe

Princess Haya claims to have fled Dubai with her two children to hide in the UK & # 39; for fear of her life & # 39; after she was alienated from Sheikh Mohammed.

Haya is the daughter of King Hussein, who was succeeded on the throne in Amman in 1999 by Abdullah II.

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Princess Haya married 70-year-old sheikh, who is also vice-president of the UAE, in 2004 in what was probably his sixth marriage. He has more than 20 children of different women.

Haya is the daughter of the deceased Queen Alia of Jordan, a popular figure with Palestinian roots who died in a helicopter crash in 1977.

The princess, who participated in equestrian sporting events at the 2000 Olympic Games, and her brother Prince Ali are seen by many Jordanians as charismatic members of the royal Hashemite family.

Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, the estranged wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (shown together in 2017) seeks a protection order in Great Britain

Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, the estranged wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (shown together in 2017) seeks a protection order in Great Britain

Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, the estranged wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (shown together in 2017) seeks a protection order in Great Britain

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