The much-awaited wedding of Princess Fadzilah, daughter of the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah , begun on January 16, and she has been showered with well wishes from across the globe. As per reports, a royal banquet commenced the 10-day long rites that end on the evening of January 24. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @bruneiroyals As the world awaits more news about the ceremony, we look back at the fancy details of the Brunei royal family’s most recent weddings – from extravagant jewellery sets covetable outfits clad in gemstones and gold. Prince Malik’s wedding in 2015 In 2015, Abdul Malik or Prince Malik of Brunei, who holds a degree in education and is the third and youngest son of the sultan and his wife, Queen Saleha, wed in what has been called one of the “most lavish weddings of the planet”, according to Hype . His wife, Dayangku Raabi’atul ‘Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah, worked as a data analyst. The 4 biggest Ambani family revelations of 2021 The marriage celebrations occurred from April 5 to 15 and were held at the sultan’s official residence, the Istana Nurul Iman, which, as reported on the Daily Mail, has 1,788 rooms, 257 bathrooms, five grand swimming pools and a massive garage that can fit up to 110 cars. The banquet took place in the palace hall, which could fit up to 5,000 guests, and was kicked off with a grand entrance of the royal guards carrying ceremonial shields and spears. Clad in opulence from head to toe, the bride and groom wore clothing decked in diamonds and other gems. As reported on ABC News , the bride’s jewellery included: a diamond tiara that had six teardrop-shaped emeralds, a diamond necklace with three large emeralds and a matching brooch. She wore a pair of Swarovski crystal-encrusted Christian Louboutin heels and a chunky pure gold anklet. And in lieu of fresh flowers, the bride even carried a sparkling bouquet of gems. The couple changed into evening outfits, which were just as glamorous. Prince Malik wore ceremonial military dress bedecked with diamond epaulettes and collar, while his wife wore a purple gown, beaded and embroidered with silver thread. The Daily Mail detailed her evening jewellery set, which included: a translucent veil crowned with a diamond tiara encrusted with rubies and a scarlet gem, a necklace with a twisted diamond and a ruby rope design, a large diamond and ruby brooch as well as a grand diamond ring on her right hand. Talk about dripping in jewels. Princess Hafizah’s wedding in 2012 Princess Hajah Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah, or Princess Hafizah, who holds a degree in business administration and is the fifth child of the sultan and Queen Saleha, wed in 2012, marrying Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini, a civil servant at the office of the prime minister. How Mukesh and Nita Ambani splurged on grandson Prithvi’s first birthday party As reported on ABC News , the ceremonies took place at the sultan’s grand palace, no less, at the royal court that seated about 3,000 guests, including then Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the late Benigno Aquino III, president of the Philippines at that time, and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. The Royal Brunei wedding. Princess and her husband. pic.twitter.com/CFO2SozZ — wanie pho (@WaniePho) September 24, 2012 The bride wore a crystal-beaded beige and silver gown, while the groom matched in a beige and gold brocade. On the dias, placed beside the couple, were two pots of crystal flowers with eggs on the stalks – a symbol of hope for a fertile marriage. The groom was given the royal title Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak, which means Son of His Highness, a title only granted only to the “upper tiers of Brunei’s aristocracy”, according to the same report. Princess Majeedah’s wedding in 2007 An environmental development specialist and the sultan and Queen Saleha’s fourth child, Princess Hajah Majeedah Nuurul Bulqiah, known as Princess Majeedah, married her husband, Khairul Khalil, an architect at the prime minister’s office, in 2007. Meet Singapore’s rich kids of Instagram, from Mae Tan to Evan Kwee According to a Reuters report, the grand ceremony was held at the sultan’s gold-domed residence with about 2,000 guests in attendance. The bride donned a traditional Malay brocade in maroon and gold and a majestic tiara, while the groom sported a traditional dagger in his belt. As per tradition, the couple drove in a gold-hued Rolls-Royce through the capital, greeting a spectacle of thousands who waved the national flag, anticipating the newlyweds. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .