Queen Rania visits the Queen Rania Family & Child Center

Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Queen Rania Family and Child Center (QRFCC)’s newest interactive programs for child and family welfare in Jordan. The Queen Rania Family and Child Center is a community center established in 2005 under the Jordan River Foundation’s Child and Safety Program.
Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Queen Rania Family and Child Center (QRFCC)’s newest interactive programs for child and family welfare
Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Queen Rania Family and Child Center (QRFCC)’s newest interactive programs for child and family welfare
Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Queen Rania Family and Child Center (QRFCC)’s newest interactive programs for child and family welfare
Queen Rania of Jordan chaired a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development (QRF) on Monday. The meeting discussed QRF’s recent focus on improving learning outcomes for children in Jordan.
Queen Rania of Jordan chaired a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development
Queen Rania of Jordan chaired a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development
Queen Rania wore Balenciaga Asymmetric Long-Sleeve Striped blouse
Balenciaga Asymmetric Long-Sleeve Striped Blouse
Queen Rania wore GIAMBATTISTA VALLI embroidered high neck blouse
GIAMBATTISTA VALLI Embroidered High Neck Blouse  (Thx:Jennifer Fernandes)

20 comments:

  1. I've seen this shirt on teeny boppers paired with cutoff denim and shower slides. It's different seeing it dressed up on the queen. Can't bring myself to like her look. Second look is fine- fringe is in.

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    1. Oh look what gem Ms. Electra found! Shower slides on the model. Too funny.

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  2. I have no words (and that is a rare instance in my case) to describe the blue blouse, not crazy about the slkirt with that fringe that looks more like the hem has become unravel... I do however love the white blouse, she should have worn it with the black pants from the top picture, and definitely not tucked.

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  3. The blue "thing" looks like an accident in sewing class.

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    1. Yes and I made that same shirt in the 9th grade Home Economics. It was to be a dress 😑😂😜

      Who KNEW that 284757282 years later my design would be on a runway

      Bahahhaaaaa......

      True story. Not sure how I cut it and some old friends still like to remind me of my epic sewing fail when I visit home. Not sure why I am friends w these ppl... hehehehehe

      Happy Friday all!

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    2. OmGawd...you made me laugh so hard!

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    3. 'Hahaha', this is so funny, the designer obviously could not decide whether to make a blouse or a tunica, so he thought, I better make both 😂😂😂

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    4. Beth, that is what we call efficiency nowadays.

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    5. Diane, too bad you did not apply for a patent with your sewing work back then!

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    6. Haaaa Coralie :) patent?

      My teacher wrote on my evaluation that sewing was "probably not my strength". I did hate it! Bored me to tears. Now cooking? That was my arena! Probably because I got to play w knives LOL you know

      Chop dice chop dice 😁

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  4. What 'haute couture' has become is sad. And people are crazy to pay small fortunes for those horrid creations

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  5. Queen Rania is always beautifully groomed however, her fashion sense always leaves me wondering why...

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  6. I quite like the blue blouse without that extra cloth hanging. The white blouse, i love. Queen Rania is a stunning lady but her fashion choices are most of the time head scratching-worthy.

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    1. We need an emoji or meme for her many head-scratching fashion moments!

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  7. I am sorry to say that but the blue thing looks like thing for homeless people

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  8. Hmm, I think I would cut the blue blouse even the rest of the way around. it would really be nice then.

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  9. Ok, I totally get there's little new to invent in the world of fashion nowadays but that should not justify the blue blousika (blouse-tunika, I just contracted the two words, or is it a tunikouse then?) in any way.
    The high necked victoriana blouse is a very nice piece though. I feel the skirt is just a bit too much and would have left the blouse to shine on its own but whatever...

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