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Prince Hamzah bin Hussein is the son of King Hussein of Jordan and his fourth wife, Queen Noor. He is the half-brother of King Abdullah II of Jordan. He was born on 29 March 1980 in Amman, Jordan. Prince Hamzah is 40 years old. He is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall (1.78 m). He has a slim build. Prince Hamzah is not married and does not have any children. He is currently single. Prince Hamzah is a member of the Jordanian Royal Family and holds the title of Prince of Jordan. He is a former Jordanian Royal Air Force pilot and is currently the Deputy Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian Armed Forces. Prince Hamzah has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He has earned his wealth through his military career and investments. He is also the recipient of various awards and honors, including the Order of Al Hussein bin Ali and the Order of the Star of Jordan. Prince Hamzah is an active philanthropist and is involved in various charitable causes. He is a patron of the Jordan River Foundation and the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature. He is also a member of the International Olympic Committee.

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 29 March, 1980
Birthday 29 March
Birthplace Amman, Jordan
Nationality Jordan

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Who Is Prince Hamzah bin Hussein's Wife?

His wife is Princess Noor bint Asem of Jordan (m. 29 August 2003-9 September 2009) Basmah Bani Ahmad Al-Outom (m. 12 January 2012)

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Wife Princess Noor bint Asem of Jordan (m. 29 August 2003-9 September 2009) Basmah Bani Ahmad Al-Outom (m. 12 January 2012)
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Prince Hamzah bin Hussein Net Worth

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Serving then as an officer in the Jordan Arab Army’s 40th Armored Brigade, Prince Hamzah attended a number of military courses and attachments in Jordan, the UK, Poland, Germany and the US. Currently holding the rank of Colonel in the Jordan Arab Army, he served with the Jordan-United Arab Emirates force operating in former Yugoslavia under the umbrella of international peacekeepers. In the year 2006, he graduated from Harvard University.


On 12 January 2012, Prince Hamzah married Basmah Bani Ahmad. The couple have 4 daughters and a son:


No successor to the title was named at the time, but some analysts believed it probable that Abdullah intended to name his own son, Prince Hussein, to succeed him at some point in the future. Article 28(B) of Jordan's constitution provides that the king's eldest son automatically succeeds to the crown upon the monarch's death unless the king has designated one of his brothers to inherit the throne as crown prince, but Abdullah II confirmed that his son Hussein would succeed him by designating him as crown prince on 2 July 2009.


Nearly six years later, on 28 November 2004, King Abdullah removed Hamzah as crown prince. In a letter from Abdullah to Hamzah, read on Jordanian state television, he said, "Your holding this symbolic position has restrained your freedom and hindered our entrusting you with certain responsibilities that you are fully qualified to undertake."


Prince Hamzah married his second cousin, Princess Noor bint Asem bin Nayef, at Al Baraka Palace in Amman on 29 August 2003. The official wedding was held on 27 May 2004. Prince Hamzah and Princess Noor divorced on 9 September 2009. The couple had one daughter:

Queen Noor (2003) Leap of Faith: Memoirs of an Unexpected Life, Miramax Books, ISBN 0-7868-6717-5


Prince Hamzah received his elementary education in Jordan and Amman, and then attended Harrow School in England. He then joined the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, passing out as a commissioned officer in the Jordan Arab Legion in December 1999, with a number of prizes including the Sandhurst Overseas Sword, granted to the best overseas cadet and the HRH Prince Saud Abdullah Prize, presented to the cadet with the best aggregate mark in academic subjects.

On 7 February 1999 King Hussein died and his eldest son Prince Abdullah bin Hussein acceded to the throne of Jordan, having two weeks previously been designated to succeed his father as ruler in place of the king's brother, Crown Prince Hassan bin Talal. On the same day, in compliance with his father's wish, King Abdullah II decreed that he, in turn, would be succeeded not by a son of his own but by his half-brother, Prince Hamzah, who was therefore accorded the title of crown prince.


Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, OSJ (Arabic: حمزة بن الحسين ‎) (born 29 March 1980) is the elder son of King Hussein of Jordan and his American-born fourth wife, Queen Noor. He was named Crown Prince of Jordan in 1999, a position he held until his half-brother, King Abdullah II, rescinded it in 2004. Queen Noor states in her autobiography that she and King Hussein named Hamzah after Hamza ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib.

Born on 29 March 1980, Prince Hamzah Bin Al Hussein claims ancestry with the Islamic Prophet Mohammad through the Hashemite family. King Abdullah II officially named him as Crown Prince of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on 7 February 1999, a position he held until 28 November 2004.