PROGRES.ID– Prince Abdul Mateen Bolkiah, the fourth son and the tenth child of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, is set to marry Anisha Isa-Kalebic or Anisha Rosnah binti Adam in January 2024. This information was obtained from The Scoop.
According to The Scoop, the wedding celebration of Prince Mateen and Anisha will span over 10 days, commencing with the Royal Engagement Ceremony or royal proposal on January 7, 2024. Their wedding ceremony will take place on January 11, 2024. The highlight of this 10-day celebration is the Royal Wedding Reception or royal wedding reception to be held at Istana Nurul Iman on January 14, 2024.
Following this, the royal couple will process through the capital city of Bandar Seri Begawan, and a banquet will be held to conclude the wedding festivities on the evening of January 15, 2024.
The announcement of this wedding plan has left many fans of Prince Mateen feeling sad. Prince Mateen is known for his handsome and dashing persona. Furthermore, there is much curiosity about the future wife of Sultan Brunei Darussalam’s son.
Profile of Anisha Rosnah, the future wife of Prince Brunei
Anisha Rosnah, the future wife of Prince Brunei, is the granddaughter of the Sultan of Brunei’s Advisor, Yang Berhormat Pehin Dato Awang Isa bin Awang Ibrahim, who is also a prominent figure in Brunei, as reported by Murai.
Currently, Pehin Dato Awang Isa serves as the Sultan’s Special Advisor, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department of the Government of Brunei, and a royal family member with the title “Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Setia Bakti Diraja.”
According to the official website of the Brunei Government (www.pmo.gov.bn), Pehin Dato Awang Isa was the founder of Royal Brunei Airlines. Additionally, Anisha’s grandfather also held the positions of Deputy Attorney General (Timbalan Peguam Negara) in 1968 and Deputy Chief Minister (Timbalan Menteri Besar) in 1970.
Since then, Pehin Dato Awang Isa has maintained a close relationship with the Brunei royal family and served as the Founding Chairman of Royal Brunei Airlines from November 1974 to January 1984.