|Name Princess bint||Uncles Hussein of Jordan|
|Parents Prince Hassan bin Talal, Princess Sarvath al-Hassan|
Grandparents Talal of Jordan, Zein al-Sharaf Talal, Mohammed Ikramullah, Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah
Great-grandparents Abdullah I of Jordan, Musbah bint Nasser, Hassan Suhrawardy, Wijdan Shakir Pasha
Cousins Raiyah bint Hussein, Haya bint Hussein, Ali bin Hussein, Abdullah II of Jordan, Hamzah bin Hussein
Similar People Khaled Edward Blair, Prince Hassan bin Talal, Princess Sarvath al‑Hassan, Princess Sumaya bint Hass, Princess Rahma bint Hassan
Princess Badiya bint Hassan (born 28 March 1974) is a Jordanian princess. She is the daughter of Prince Hassan bin Talal and Princess Sarvath al-Hassan.
After studying law at The College of Law in London, Princess Badiya qualified as a barrister in 1998, being called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn. She is the first member of the Jordanian royal family to become a lawyer.
The Princess is a member of and has collaborated with various international organizations. Her work focuses on promoting interfaith and cross-cultural understanding, human rights and the rights of asylum seekers and refugees. She is the Chairman of Mosaic, a mentoring programme founded by Prince Charles. "Mosaic is a Muslim-led charity mentoring young people and offering them positive role models."
Princess Badiya became engaged to Khaled Edward Blair in September 2004 and married him in Amman in June 2005. They have one son, named Ali.