majesty-in-its-prime:

Crown Prince Hussein

(Source: magical-fairytale-fantasies)


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3 months ago

royalwatcher:

Happy New Year from the Jordanian Royal Family

Source: Queen Rania’s Instagram


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3 months ago

obsessedwiththeroyals:

I seriously think Queen Rania of Jordan needs more appreciation


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3 months ago

royalwatcher:

Out with the family for lunch, nothing like grills and a good plate of humus. - Queen Rania

Source: Queen Rania’s Instagram


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4 months ago
royalwatcher:

!أخيرا رجع ليقضي إجازة الجامعة معنا #الأردن #عمان He’s [Prince Hussein] home for the holidays.. Finally!
Source: Queen Rania’s Instagram page

royalwatcher:

!أخيرا رجع ليقضي إجازة الجامعة معنا #الأردن #عمان He’s [Prince Hussein] home for the holidays.. Finally!

Source: Queen Rania’s Instagram page


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4 months ago
royalwatcher:

The King of Jordan with three of his children

royalwatcher:

The King of Jordan with three of his children


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4 months ago

jordanianroyals:

When it comes to royals, the apples don’t seem to fall too far from the regal tree. Case in point: Princess Iman Bint Abdullah.

The 17-year-old princess has grown up before our very eyes. Luckily, the Jordanian royal has a stylish mom, Queen Rania, to look up to as she grows into a young woman. We caught a glimpse of Iman yesterday during a throne opening ceremony in Amman, and it’s already clear that her elegant mother has influenced her.

Decked out in a traditional embroidered dress, Iman looked like a miniature version of Rania with her cascading golden waves. She may only by 17, but we see a very fashionable future ahead of this little lady. Can’t you see the resemblance?

Source: Huffington Post


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5 months ago

royalwatcher:

Queen Rania award Malala Yousafzai, the  young woman gunned down for defending Pakistani female educationone of the awards ‘Global Citizens


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6 months ago

royalwatcher:

On September 8, Queen Rania joined 65 female teachers from Irbid and Jerash participating in the “Proud to be a Teacher” camp organized by Madrasati, one of the Queen’s nonprofit educational initiatives

Source [2]


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