Queen Rania Attends The IAA 2017 Graduation Ceremony

On May 23, 2017, Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan. Founded in 2004 in Amman, Jordan, the International Academy - Amman is an independent, co-educational, Pre-K to Grade 12, day school and one of Queen Rania's organizations.
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania attended the 2017 graduation ceremony at the Amman International Academy (IAA) in Amman, Jordan
Queen Rania wore HILLIER BARTLEY Quilted jacquard midi skirt
HILLIER BARTLEY Quilted Jacquard Midi Skirt (Thx; @Jennifer Fernandes)

9 comments:

  1. This is the best she has looked in a long time!

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  2. Lovely skirt, it has a beautiful hue, shoes are adorable, not crazy about the top, but this is one of her best looks lately.

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  3. Especially in comparison to Emine Erdogan in that post about Queen Mathilde I say again how much I admire Queen Rania. She is role-model for arabic girls and women. Tough lady!

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  4. I'm sorry but the tip of her shoes look as if they had eyes ... very bizarre

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    1. That is why they are called "peeptoes" ;-)

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