Queen Rania of Jordan Turns Heads at Saudi Arabia’s Bisat Al Reeh Exhibition

She is defined by modern elegance!

Rania Al-Abdullah, Queen of Jordan and the wife of King Abdullah II recently visited the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Holy month of Ramadan. There Royal Princess Adelah bint Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud hosted and showed around the great talent on display at the Bisat Al Reeh exhibition.

During her visit, she was seen looking resplendent in a red and black printed gown over the brown-colored maxi dress with a turtle neck.

Take a look!

As the queen consort of a Muslim country, the mother of three is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s foremost modest fashion influencers. Her elegant looks always comply with conservative dress codes.

She captioned,

Immensely impressed by the first-ever Islamic Arts Biennale hosted by the Kingdom, a beautiful celebration of the legacy of Islamic art.

Since she became queen of Jordan at 28 in 1999, Queen Rania has been lauded for her royal wardrobe defined by contemporary elegance.

Rania is a Kuwaiti born to Palestinian parents. She received her bachelor’s degree in business at The American University in Cairo. In 1991, following the Gulf War, she and her family fled to Amman, Jordan, where she met Prince Abdullah of Jordan.

Since marrying Abdullah in 1993, she has become known for her advocacy work related to education, health, community empowerment, youth, cross-cultural dialogue, and micro-finance. Forbes magazine has ranked Rania as one of the world’s 100 most powerful women.

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