Queen Rania Al Abdullah Shines With Her Impeccable Style Visiting DC

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Queen Rania Al Abdullah Shines With Her Impeccable Style Visiting DC

Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful queens in the world, has once again caught the attention of the public with her stunning appearance during her recent visit to Washington, D.C.

Subtlety and Sophistication

For her visit to the United States, Queen Rania chose to wear several outfits that exuded sophistication and poise. She paired simple shirts with form-fitting long skirts, and complemented the look with pointed heels and understated makeup.

Meeting with the President and First Lady

One of the highlights of Queen Rania's visit to Washington was her meeting with President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill. Queen Rania was the epitome of elegance as she joined the first lady for a one-on-one meeting, wearing a cobalt blue Elie Saab wrap dress that perfectly contrasted with Jill Biden's scarlet Brandon Maxwell ensemble.

To complete her outfit, Queen Rania chose a Dolce & Gabbana handbag and heels from the royal-favorite brand Gianvito Rossi.

Fashionable Finale

To conclude her visit, Queen Rania stepped out in a stunning outfit for the 71st National Prayer Breakfast.

She wore a black jersey skirt by Feni, a dramatic blouse by Harithand, and a Bottega Veneta handbag.

Upcoming Wedding

The year 2023 holds much excitement for the Jordanian royal family as Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II and his fiancée, Rajwa Al Saif, are set to tie the knot on June 1st.

The date holds a special significance for the Crown Prince and his family as it falls just days before the 30th wedding anniversary of his parents, King Abdullah and Queen Rania.

A Brief Background

Queen Rania grew up in Kuwait and met her husband, King Abdullah, by chance at a social gathering.

The two were married in 1993, and when King Abdullah became the king of Jordan in 1999, he declared Queen Rania to be the queen. The couple has four children: Princesses Iman and Salma, Crown Prince Hussein, and Prince Hashem.