HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS SULTAN AHMAD SHAH THE SULTAN OF PAHANG, HIS MAJESTY THE SULTAN OF BRUNEI, HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ABDUL MALIK, THE NEW BRIDE RAABI'ATUL HAJI BOLKIAH, HER MAJESTY QUEEN SALEHA OF BRUNEI AND HER ROYAL HIGHNESS SULTANAH KALSOM THE SULTANAH OF PAHANG
HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF BRUNEI GREETING HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS SULTAN AHMAD SHAH THE SULTAN OF PAHANG AND HER ROYAL HIGHNESS SULTANAH KALSOM THE SULTANAH OF PAHANG WITH HER MAJESTY QUEEN SALEHA THE QUEEN OF BRUNEI
HER ROYAL HIGHNESS SULTANAH KALSOM OF PAHANG AND HER MAJESTY QUENE SALEHA OF BRUNEI
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE SULTAN OF PAHANG, HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE SULTAN OF JOHORE, HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF BRUNEI AND HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE RAJA OF PERLIS
OTHER MALAYSIAN STATE RULERS WERE THE SULTAN OF SELANGOR, THE SULTAN OF JOHORE, THE SULTAN AND SULTANAH OF TRENGGANU, THE SULTAN AND SULTANAH OF PERAK AND YAM TUAN OF NEGERI SEMBILAN.
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* Prince Abdul Malik, 31, marries data analyst Dayangku Raabi'atul 'Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah, 22, today.
*PrinceMalik is the youngest child of the Sultan and wife, Queen Saleha, and is second in line to become the next Sultan
*Ceremony took place in the monarch's lavish 1,788-room residential palace, Istana Nural Iman in Brunei's capital
The son of the Sultan of Brunei, one of the world's richest men, has wed bride Dayangku Raabi'atul 'Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah in a spectacular ceremony at the monarch's 1,788-room palace in Brunei's capital, Bandar Seri Begawan.
Prince Abdul Malik, 31, exchanged vows with Dayangku Raabi'atul 'Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah, 22, in front of crowds of friends and family, nobility and foreign dignitaries amid mind-boggling splendour.
The newlyweds' matching gold outfits were both embellished with diamonds, while blushing bride Raabi'atul carried a bouquet made of dazzling gems, rather than flowers.
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The Prince is the youngest child of the Sultan, Hassanal Bolkiah, and his wife, Queen Saleha, and is second in the line of succession to become the next Sultan of Brunei.
Today's 'bersanding' or enthronement ceremony is usually the highlight of the wedding festivities, and saw the bride and groom seated next to each other, dressed in opulent traditional attire on gilded thrones in the Throne Chamber of the Istana Nural Iman palace.
According to The Brunei Times, also in attendance were seven Malaysian state rulers and the governor of Saudi Arabia, and this is the first time that the couple have appeared together since the festivities started on 5 April.
The couple wore matching traditional Malay dress, with the bride's veil constructed of swathes of intricate lace.
The 22-year-old bride, who worked as a systems data analyst and IT instructor, sported a breathtaking diamond tiara studded with six teardrop-shaped emeralds.
A diamond necklace with a central pendant of three emeralds the size of grapes, glittered around her neck, while a matching brooch of two egg-shaped emeralds dangled from a diamond setting.
Dayangku Raabi'atul 'Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah also toted Christian Louboutin heels encrusted Swarovski crystals, with the distinctive red sole, as well as a chunky gold anklet.
The newlyweds sat side by side praying during a section of the ceremony, and at one point, the Sultan was seen caressing the arms of his son's hand while the blessing of his new wife occurred.
The Sultan has 12 children - five sons and seven daughters - from three different marriages. Prince Abdul Malik is the sixth child of the Sultan and his current wife, Queen Saleha, who wed in 1965.
Part of the ceremony also saw royal guards entering the hall carrying ceremonial shields and spears.
After the ceremony, there is expected to be a luxurious banquet in the palace's hall, which can accommodate up to 5,000 guests.
The wedding is taking place over a period of 11 days, and started on Sunday, 5 April, with the royal marriage proposal ceremony.
During this time, a representative of the groom approached the bride's family with the groom's intention of seeking the bride's hand in marriage.
This signalled the beginning of the ceremonial events, and has been followed by a 'powdering' ceremony - when members of the families from both sides anoint the couple with powder and scented oil on the palms of their hand - and a gifting ceremony.
The celebration will end on 15 April, with a ceremony of thanksgiving prayers.
The location of the wedding, the dazzling Istana Nural Iman palace is situated in Brunei's capital, Bandar Seri Begawan.
It is considered the largest residential palace in the world, with 1,788 rooms, five grand swimming pools, 257 bathrooms, and a 110-car garage.
Later Brunei's newlywed royal couple, changed into more opulent evening outfits for the wedding banquet. Prince Abdul swapped his gold wedding suit for ceremonial military dress, embellished with diamond epaulettes and collar.
The newest member of the royal family changed into a beaded purple floor-length gown embroidered with silver thread for the wedding banquet.
She added a diaphanous veil, which was topped with another stunning diamond tiara, set with rubies and a scarlet gem at its centre the size of a 20-pence piece.
A matching necklace featuring a twisted diamond and ruby rope design glittered with tens of rubies, while a huge diamond and ruby brooch was party hidden by her veil.
On her right hand was a large diamond ring in a platinum setting. She also changed her make-up, sporting red lipstick rather than the bridal pink at today's ceremony.
Brunei is situated in the South East of Asia, on the north coast of Borneo, and is a large supplier of oil and gas.
The sovereign state is located on a small section of the coast of the island - the rest occupied by Malaysia and Indonesia.
The sultanate is a Malay Muslim absolute monarchy and dates back to the 15th century, having gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1984.