Queen Rania attended an Iftar at Ein Lahtha Camp in Tafileh

Queen Rania of Jordan attended an Iftar at Ein Lahtha Camp in Tafileh at the invitation of the local Governorate Council and Engineers Association. Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the "Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan" programme, funded by the European Delegation to Jordan. The camp provides job opportunities for young Jordanians while supporting local providers by buying supplies for the camp that can host up to 100 people at a time.
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
Ein Lahtha Camp is one of the ecotourism projects established through the Promoting Local Economic Development in Jordan
King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan hosted an iftar for a group of orphans from across the governorates, at the Children’s Museum in Amman.
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman
 Iftar for at the Children’s Museum in Amman

15 comments:

  1. She is stunning in the blue outfit.

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  2. Hi two amazing outfits on the queen. Rania in ethnic inspired outfits is a forever hit.

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  3. Realmente es un hermosísima reina árabe

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  4. Always at her best when wearing ethnic inspired outfits, gorgeous!!

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  5. Love both outfits and her genuine smile.

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  6. I love both outfits, she looks always her best in these traditional dresses.

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  7. She's gorgeous in the blue kaftan dress. Make-up hair completely on point too.

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  8. Two wonderful dresses again. If I would come from her country I couldn't stop wearing such clothes.

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  9. She looks amazing with the blue kaftan dress and her smile its the best complement.

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  10. Her smile, and the ethnic outfits are gorgeous! The king's casual chic also looks good.

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  11. Yes, she always look amazing in those ethnic dresses! Especially the blue one!!!

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  12. Totally agree with all the above comments, that Q. Rania truly out-does herself with her ethnic inspired ensembles. She is a true credit and a beautiful spokeswoman for her country's rich dress styles and customs.
    But I also wanted to say that the women posing with her at the ecotourism camp are also beautiful and wear their style of dressing very well. Lots of details particularly in the styles of head coverings.

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  13. Two great outfit's wore'n by the Queen.The ethnic inspired gown looks very nice beautiful strong colors.The blue gown is fantastic, wish I owned one.

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