That isn’t to say you won’t find secular families that are very open-minded and will accept you with open arms, but these are not as common.
After all, not many expat women dream of living in the kingdom, and many Saudi men know this.
Some Saudi brides and grooms have a hard time dealing with each others’ conservative families.
If it’s tough for them, it may be tough for you as an expat woman in Saudi Arabia.
Converting to Islam means fasting during the holy month of Ramadan and praying five times a day.
Some Saudi men will not expect you to pray five times a day, but will appreciate it if you do.
It is highly unlikely that a Saudi husband would not let you travel, as it would result in divorce.