King v PrinceEdit

It's not redundant. He is the King. Back then he was only the crown prince. That's different. --9er 05:44, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Oh, sorry. Well, the double parentheses were redudant and I'll reword the other part to say at the time, because the way it was formed did sound redundant. Moo Cow 05:46, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

That works. --9er 05:48, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Picture as king? Edit

Would it be appropriate for the article to have an image of King Abdullah as he looks today, perhaps performing some royal function? I know that for actors we sometimes have images of them "out of character", but I wouldn't want to go too far afield from Star Trek relevance. —Josiah Rowe 13:21, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Not really. The two Trek images that we have are sufficient. Leave the royal function images to Wikipedia. -- sulfur 13:28, August 27, 2010 (UTC)
Agreed. We currently have the two types of Star Trek-related actor images; him appearing in character and him out of character but on the set. I think that's enough. --Defiant 14:10, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Thanks — that's why I asked. —Josiah Rowe 16:56, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Set visit? Edit

When Sonequa Martin-Green was promoting Discovery on The Late Show with Steven Colbert, she mentioned that "the prince of Jordan" came to visit the set when Discovery was filming in Jordan. She says "he brought his son, and they were Trek fans". [1] Has anybody seen any other references to this set visit?

It seems likely to me that when she says "the prince of Jordan" she means King Abdullah, since neither of Abdullah's sons (Hussein bin Abdullah, age 23, and Hashem bin Abdullah, age 12) themselves have sons. On the other hand, I suppose it's possible that one of Abdullah's brothers or cousins is also a Trek fan. If Martin-Green or any other cast or crew members have mentioned this set visit, we might be able to clear up the confusion, and add the visit to this article if it was indeed King Abdullah. —Josiah Rowe (talk) 04:19, November 14, 2017 (UTC)