Prince Mateen is well-known as a member of the royal family of Brunei. Prince Mateen is recognized as the tenth child and fourth son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, by his former second wife, Puan Hajah Mariam binti Haji Abdul Aziz.
How old is Prince Mateen?
Prince Mateen’s full name is Abdul Mateen ibni Hassanal Bolkiah. Prince Mateen’s age is 32 years as of 2023. Prince Mateen’s height is 1.73 m.
Prince Mateen was born to his parents on 10 August 1991 in Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei. Prince Mateen’s parents are Hassanal Bolkiah and Mariam Abdul Aziz. Prince Mateen has ten siblings.
Prince Mateen did his studies at St. Andrew’s School in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, Paduka Seri Begawan Sultan Science College and Jerudong International School, King’s College London, and the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Who is Prince Mateen Wife?
Prince Mateen is a married man. Prince Mateen wife is Anisha Rosnah.
Anisha Rosnah is well-recognized as the granddaughter of Pehin Dato Isa who is the special advisor to the Sultan of Brunei.
The royal wedding of Prince Abdul Mateen and Anisha Rosnah binti Adam was officially announced by the order of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.
The Majlis Istiadat Bursuruh Dira ja will begin the royal wedding festivities starting on January 7, 2024. The festival is scheduled to last for ten days, with various religious ceremonies taking place.
Prince Mateen Career
On 9 May 2010, Prince Mateen began his commissioning course for regular army officers at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst with 200 recruits.
On May 20, 2021, Prince Mateen was promoted to the rank of Major. Later that year, he successfully completed the All Arms Commando Course (AACC) for eleven weeks from 20 September to 2 December at the Commando Training Center Royal Marines (CTCRM) in the United Kingdom and earned the Green Beret.
From March 13 to 14, 2023, Prince Mateen joined an extensive tour of Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Command in Coronado, California. During the visit, he met with members of NSW and Rear Admiral Keith B. Davids, head of Naval Special Warfare Command, and discussed potential areas of future collaboration.