King Abdullah II and his half-brother Prince Hamzah have made their first public appearance since the palace feud, Jordanian state TV reported.
On Sunday, members of the Jordanian royal family joined together to mark the centenary of the establishment of the Emirate of Transjordan, a British protectorate that further gave rise to the kingdom.
#UPDATE Jordan's King Abdullah appeared in public Sunday alongside his half-brother Prince Hamzah, state TV showed, their first joint appearance since a palace crisis involving the prince rocked the kingdomhttps://t.co/TkGEi2iJEh— AFP News Agency (@AFP) April 11, 2021
Earlier, Hamzah bin Al-Hussein, Jordan's former crown prince, swore loyalty to King Abdullah II, in a letter published by the royal court last week.
The 41-year-old said he was under house arrest, but was determined to put the nation’s interests above his own.
"The interests of the homeland must remain above all considerations, and we must all stand behind His Majesty the King in his efforts to protect Jordan and its national interests", he was quoted as saying, a day after state media reported he had been told to stop actions undermining national security.
"I place myself in the hands of His Majesty the King, stressing that I will remain… committed to the constitution of the dear Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. I will always be of help and support to His Majesty the King and his Crown Prince", the estranged prince continued his pledge, amid accusations he engaged in a plot to destabilise the kingdom.
At least 18 other people were detained in connection with it.
Abdullah II has since acknowledged "painful days" in his first public speech since the security allegations were raised against Hamzah bin Al-Hussein. On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden made a phone call to Abdullah II "to underscore the importance of his leadership to the United States and the region".
The royal rift dates back to 2004, when King Abdullah II stripped his half-brother of his title of crown prince to endow his son Hussein with it five years later.