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Prince Mateen of Brunei’s wife shines in diamond splendor at royal wedding

Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah dazzled in various diamond jewelry sets from the Bruneian royal family’s collection, reflecting the nation’s opulence, throughout her extravagant 10-day wedding to Prince Mateen of Brunei.

Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah, wife of Prince Mateen of Brunei. Photo from Instagram/deniseochoa

Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah, wife of Prince Mateen of Brunei. Photo from Instagram/deniseochoa

Tatler Magazine reports that since the 1990s, these diamond sets have been adorned by brides of the royal family.

During the parade around Bandar Seri Begawan, which marked Anisha and Prince Mateen’s first public outing as a married couple on Jan. 14, she complemented her elegant white dress with exquisite diamond pieces from the collection.

Her look was enhanced by a necklace akin to the one her sister-in-law, Princess Fadzilah of Brunei, chose for her Jan. 2022 wedding, and a diamond bouquet from the same collection.

Anisha also wore a tiara made by the Singaporean brand Flower Diamond, valued at 10 million pounds ($12.8 million) and previously worn by Prince Mateen’s sister, Princess Azemah, at her Jan. 2023 wedding.

Flower Diamond revealed in an Instagram post that the tiara, featuring 838 diamonds totaling 132 carats set in white gold, took eight months to craft.

Tatler Magazine highlighted that the tiara’s design, with ocean wave and crescent motifs, pays homage to Brunei’s Islamic heritage and its location on Borneo Island.

After the parade, Anisha Anisha changed into a Zuhair Murad gown for the evening reception and banquet. She also replaced Princess Azemah’s tiara with another historic piece, which was worn by Queen Saleha, the Sultan of Brunei’s first wife, and most recently seen on Princess Fadzilah.

Anisha Rosnah, 29, a University of Bath graduate and entrepreneur, established Silk Collective and co-founded Authentirary, a tourism firm offering cultural experiences.

Her grandfather, Pehin Dato Isa, an advisor to the Sultan of Brunei, played pivotal roles in government during the 1960s and 1970s.

Her brother Danial Deen Isa-Kalebic is reportedly a close friend of Prince Mateen, and her sister-in-law Janetira Attaskulchai Deen is linked to Thailand’s Attaskulchai family, owners of the Betagen yogurt brand.

She and Prince Mateen of Brunei, 32, celebrated their marriage from Jan. 7-16 in a lavish ceremony with about 5,000 guests, including international royals and dignitaries.

The couple made their first public appearance since their wedding on Jan. 28, at Thai billionaire Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha’s wedding.

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