Queen Rania Received the 'Global Trailblazer' Award

Queen Rania of Jordan accepted the ‘Global Trailblazer’ Award at the 16th annual Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards ceremony held in Washington DC. Vital Voices Global Partnership is an American international, non-profit, non-governmental organization that works with women leaders in the areas of economic empowerment, women's political participation, and human rights.
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace & Security in Washington D.C, USA.
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Queen Rania accepted the Vital Voices’ Global Trailblazer. Queen Rania visits the Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security

9 comments:

  1. First outfit - I don't like the blouse [another neck bow, oh no!] and the high-waisted skirt is an awkward style and fit.
    Second outfit - much nicer, elegant and rather subdued for Rania.

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    1. True! But-, what a pity: Botox-Filler alarm too! She doesn't need it, so why??

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  2. You have to hand it to her, she is fearless in trying out a different look. At first look that skirt's pattern is a shock, but I like it after seeing it a few times. Maybe the fabric is on the stiff side which makes it look bulky on her tiny frame. The blue suit is gorgeous, so feminine and demure. The peplum is flattering.

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  3. I like the second outfit and the tweed skirt. But am I the only one to think that the looks very awkward on high heels?


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  4. Does she ever stay in Jordan, seems to love being in the US she might aswell move there

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    1. I don't think the monarchy is in a strong position so it's a good idea for her to be a positive envoy for her country. She can do things her husband can't do.

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  5. She's the mos beautiful Royal, Arab and Muslims have the most beautiful women, then Hispanics!!

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