Princess Noor bint Asem of Jordan (born 6 October 1982 as Noor bint Asem; Arabic: سمو الأميرة نور بنت عاصم), is a member of the Jordanian Royal Family.
Her father is Prince Asem bin Al Nayef, a grandson of King Abdullah I of Jordan and her mother is Firouzeh Vokhshouri. Her mother currently lives in Madrid, Spain, where she is an attaché for the Jordanian Embassy.
Princess Noor's parents divorced in 1985 and in 1986 her father married Princess Sana Asem.
- Princess Yasmine (born 30 June 1975)
- Princess Sarah (born 12 August 1978)
- Prince Nayef (born 22 January 1998)
- Princess Salha (born 14 June 1987)
- Princess Nejla (born 9 May 1988)
Having studied her IGCSE's at Kings College, Madrid, Spain, she then went on to graduate with a bachelor's degree in Political Communication from Emerson College in 2004.
On 29 August 2003, the Royal Jordanian Court announced Princess Noor's marriage to Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, her second cousin, had taken place. The marriage ceremony was held at al-Baraka Palace in Amman. The celebration of the marriage (Zifaf) was held on 27 May 2004 at Zahran Palace in Amman. They divorced on September 9, 2009. Although the divorce wasn't confirmed by the Royal Jordanian Court until an announcement was made in March 2010. Thereafter Princess Noor reverted to the use of her maiden name Princess Noor bint Asem.
- Jordan : Grand Cordon of the Order of the Star of Jordan
- Netherlands : Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau (30.10.2006)
- ^ Royal Ark, Jordanian genealogy details
- PPE Agency, State visit of Jordan in Netherlands 2006, Noor Hamzah
- Princess Haya bint Al Hamzah (born 18 April 2007)