Queen Rania has a truly royal sense of style
Queen Rania of Jordan posted a photo that radiated with elegance and modesty. She continued to portray high fashion in a blue and white ensemble.
The 47-year-old attended a meeting in Amman yesterday with the leaders of the Edraak team, an online education resource center that functions under Her Majesty's foundation according to Vogue.
She wore a chic white midi skirt, taking the summer-to-fall style for another round after having donned similar pieces throughout the season.
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She paired the slimming piece with a solid blue high-neck blouse that elongated her arms with long bell sleeves that cuffed around her wrists. Gold birds embroidered on the chest area added some dynamism.
The mid-calf skirt lengthened Her Majesty's slender silhouette. Classic navy stilettos helped finish off the polished look.
Queen Rania, whose full name is Rania Al-Abdullah, became queen consort of Jordan after the wedding to Prince Abdullah in 1993. The couple has two daughters and two sons.
Born in Kuwait, she traveled to Jordan for work and in August 1992 met her future husband at a dinner party. The pair got engaged six months later.
Queen Rania is well-known for her ongoing advocation in education and learning. She initiated the Queen Rania Award for Excellence in Education in 2005. And in 2007, she opened the first interactive children's museum.
She also launched "Madrasati" meaning "My School" to pursue refurbishment of 500 Jordanian public schools in 2008. In 2009, Rania responded to the death of two children who suffered child abuse by calling an emergency meeting to talk about the issue.
Queen Rania has been enhancing children's lives as well as appealing to fashion lovers for some time now. Back in April 2018, she sported a light pink high-waisted midi which she had paired with a white blouse.