The duo were each joined by their respective spouses at the royal wedding ceremony this week
Trump, who attended the royal wedding with her husband, Jared Kushner, wore a floor-length light blue long-sleeve gown, while William, who attended alongside his wife, Kate Middleton, donned a classic tuxedo.
The Princess of Wales, 41, was seen standing before her husband and Trump in a gorgeous pink maxi gown with long sleeves by Elie Saab while they conversed.
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Trump and William first met back in 2019, when the former first daughter joined her father for an official visit to England.
The mother of three congratulated the newlywed Crown Prince and Princess of Jordan for their wedding in a post shared on her Instagram Story over the weekend.
“Congratulations to Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah and Princess Rajwa Al Hussein on their beautiful wedding in Jordan yesterday,” she wrote. “May their lives together be blessed with an abundance of love, health and happiness."
Trump also shared a photograph of herself and her husband, as well as a shot of the newlywed couple.
Crown Prince Hussein, 28, and Alsei, 29, tied the knot in an Islamic marriage ceremony at Zahran Palace, where the prince’s parents, Queen Rania and King Abdullah II of Jordan, wed in 1993.
The ceremony was presided by Dr. Ahmed Al Khalaileh, imam of the Royal Hashemite Court, where Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa signed a marriage contract with two witnesses.
During the event, the royal couple reunited with Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Princess Hisako of Japan and Princess Tsuguko, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, King Philippe and Princess Elisabeth of Belgium and King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, to name a few.
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