Prince Muhammad bin Talal (born 2 October 1940) is the second son of King Talal of Jordan and was the younger brother of King Hussein of Jordan. Prince Muhammad first married Firyal Irshaid in 1964. They had two sons: Prince Talal (born 26 July 1965) and Prince Ghazi (born 15 October 1966). Their marriage ended in divorce in 1978. He later married Taghrid Majali, daughter of the late Hazza' al-Majali, Prime Minister of Jordan, on 28 June 1981 Prince Muhammad and Princess Taghrid along with their daughter, Samiha Al Fayez, reside now in Al Manal Palace. He also practices and promotes various sports including karate, chess, shooting and hunting.
Prince Hassan bin Talal (Arabic: الحسن بن طلال)(born 20 March 1947) is a member of the Jordanian royal family who was previously Crown Prince from 1965 to 1999, being removed just three weeks before King Hussein's death. In 1968, Prince El Hassan married Sarvath Ikramullah, daughter of the politician and diplomat Mohammed Ikramullah, and female politician, diplomat and Urdu author, Begum Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah. Both her parents, from prominent Bengali families, were born in then British India. They have have four children together: Princess Rahma (born 13 August 1969); Princess Sumaya (born 14 May 1971); Princess Badiya (born 28 March 1974);
Prince Rashid (born 20 May 1979)