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The wedding of Hussein of Jordan with Rajwa Al-Hussein has left a shocking image that has King Juan Carlos as protagonists. Don Juan Carlos and Doña Sofía attended the wedding of the crown prince of Jordan and their arrival at the event generated great expectation. Now, an image showing the King Emeritus in a wheelchair has raised concerns about his mobility problems.

Upon arrival at the Zahran palace, where the ceremony was held, the Kings got out of the car and Don Juan Carlos had to count on the support of his assistant, Vicente García-Mochales. He movedwith difficulty and using his cane. However, once they entered the building and after greeting Kings Abdullah and Rania of Jordan, the King had to use a wheelchair to walk the long corridor that would take him to the hall where the wedding was officiated.

The King and Queen of Spain sat in the second row, alongside Rwandan President Paul Kagame and former Qatari Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser al Missned. Once the wedding was officiated, King Juan Carlos had to count again on the help of Mochales and his cane to walk. He then addressed themarried men and women to congratulate them.

On this occasion, neither Don Felipe nor Doña Letizia attended the wedding and it was Don Juan Carlos and Doña Sofía who represented the Royal House of Spain. The wedding of the Jordanian crown prince took place in Amman, Jordan. Specifically, in the Royal Palace of Zahran, where the current sovereigns of the country, Abdullah and Rania, also married.

The last time Don Juan Carlos had to have a wheelchair was in 2018, after hisright knee peration, in an intervention where the artificial prosthesis he wore in his kneecap was changed.

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