Queen Rania hosted an Iftar Banquet for women in Ajloun

Queen Rania of Jordan hosted an Iftar banquet at the Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun on Tuesday for a group of women active in civil society, education, and volunteer work. The Queen also visited the Biscuit House, which is owned and managed by local women and produces handmade sweets and biscuits from local ingredients and traditional Jordanian recipes.
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House
Royal Academy for Nature Conservation Restaurant in Ajloun. Queen Rania also visited the Biscuit House

8 comments:

  1. Fabulous look on her. Fit is perfect

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  2. It is endlessly fascinating to me to see Queen Rania's interaction with the women of Jordan. She, of course, looks beautiful in the colorful native designs, but so do the other women. There is a wide variety of hijab fabrics, ways to fold and drape them, and colors. I appreciate seeing and learning more about this part of the world. Thank you! I hope this will help build understanding of each other.

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  3. Such a lovely traditional style dress, and she wears it well.
    She looks calm, comfortable and very beautiful here sharing Iftar with the women she is hosting.

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  4. Beautiful Rania can wear everything, but she looks particular good in clothes like this!

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    1. Totally agree; she represents Jordan wonderfully and I too really enjoy how beautiful she looks the traditional designs.

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  5. Beautiful dress and hair, and so glad we can see her hair.

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  6. Great look on Rania.

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