royal ladies in purple
royal ladies in purple
“Meghan reminds me of Queen Rania of Jordan. Both love expensive designer brands like Dior and Givenchy and basically freeloaders: Rania claiming her clothes are free, given by designers; Meghan, “self-made” milionaire, living off Canada mansion on loan to them and money from selling their royal status.” - Submitted by Anonymous
11 February 2020: Queen Rania visited Al Jizah, where she met with beneficiaries of Thurra Charitable Association and learned about its community empowerment projects.
She visited Rasmia Shamout’s mini market, a small business she was able to start with funds from Thurra Charitable Association. Shamout told Her Majesty that her business has helped her earn a living to provide for her three children, according to a statement from Her Majesty’s office. The Queen also stopped by the homes of two female-headed households in the area.
At Thurra Charitable Association, Her Majesty met with Association President Khaled Zaben, board members and a number of beneficiaries and local community members, as well as heads of other local charity associations, the statement said. (Source: Jordan Times)
Queen Rania || Huishan Zhang
Queen Rania of Jordan with a group of young people from Al Tafileh, who are receiving training in software development by means of scholarships from The Queen Rania Foundation and Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair School of Advanced Technology - 05.02.20
Queen Rania of Jordan wearing a Jean-Paul Gaultier evening gown photographed at the Red Cross gala evening during her visit to London in June, 2002
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Jordanian Cartier Diamond Halo Tiara ♕ Princess Haya
Queen Rania || Burberry
Queen Rania of Jordan visiting Aqaba Governorate - 28.01.20
On 5 February, 2020, Queen Rania held a meeting with a group of youth from Al Tafileh who are receiving training in software development under scholarships at the Expressolab in Amman.
Her personal photographer, Farras Oran, took this picture of the queen with her cup of coffee and a framed photo was given to the staff who made the coffee.
5 February 2020: Queen Rania met with a group of youth from Al Tafileh who are receiving training in software development under scholarships from The Queen Rania Foundation and Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair School of Advanced Technology at Espressolab in Amman.
“Feeling deeply inspired by my discussion with a group of wonderful youth from Al Tafileh who are training in software development through scholarships from The Queen Rania Foundation and Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair School of Advanced Technology in Amman. Your determination and persistence are the first step in your road to success!”
“Queen Rania is a good example of what a liberal Muslim woman is. She’s outspoken. She sheds light on important causes but she doesn’t overshadow her husband. As one of the most visible Arab royals out there, I think she’s doing a good job of bringing to light various issues present in MENA” - Submitted by Anonymous
Rania Al-Yassin & Prince Abdullah
Now King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan
Royals wearing Van Cleef & Arpels’s jelwery.
“Pre-surgery Queen Rania looked A MILLION TIMES better than the plastic Rania now.” - Submitted by Anonymous