Queen Rania and Princess Iman visited Beit Al Baraka in Irbid

Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania and Princess Iman visited the village of Umm Qais in the governorate of Irbid, to learn about sustainable tourism efforts that aim to stimulate economic growth and protect Jordan’s cultural heritage and natural resources. The Queen and Princess Iman visited Beit Al Baraka, a Bed and Breakfast that offers tourists authentic experiences of Umm Qais.
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
At Beit Al Baraka, Queen Rania and Princess Iman attended a session on basket weaving and traditional Jordanian scarf embroidering, designed to introduce tourists to this tradition.
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Baraka Destinations is an initiative that works with communities in Jordan and 130 families in Umm Qais to promote lesser-known touristic sites and provide visitors with purposely-curated cultural and touristic experiences.
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore a new printed-satin pink blouse by Off-White. Princess Iman wore superstar training shoes running white sneakers by Adidas
Queen Rania wore Off-White printed satin blouse
Off-White Printed Satin Blouse
Queen Rania wore Off-White printed satin blouse
Off-White Printed Satin Blouse

13 Comments

  1. I dont like how she is always dressed like a western lady when her people are dressed traditionally, she is supposed to represent them and be an example of preserving culture!
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    1. I.m.o. She sets an example to the women in her country that you can dress in a modern way and still be a good Moslim woman!

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    2. She hasn't been "always" dressed the western way; if you'd take a moment and look through her photos, of the years of her reign, perhaps you'll see it for yourself.

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  2. Chemisier en satin de couleur fuchsia imprimé de petits motifs blanc-cassé. Je crois que Rania le porte avec une jupe blanche ; choix judicieux mais je pense qu'il peut aussi être porté avec un pantalon !

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  3. I'm normally a fan of muted colors, but that vibrant pink looks gorgeous on Rania, and the full sleeves are beautiful.

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    1. Vibrant pink isn't a muted colour so I don't really understand what you're saying.

      Anyway, I agree it looks amazing.

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  4. Two beautifull ladies!
    Never seen Queen Rania so relaxed!

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  5. What a beautiful blouse and gorgeous colour, I love this.

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  6. Only Rania can make this Off White piece look good, better than on a model.

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  7. Anonymous @ 4:49, what don't you understand about Jane's comment? I think she was rather coherent, perhaps you should read twice before jumping the gun.
    Rania looks lovely, and I think she represents her country very well, she proves that Jordanian women whether Muslim or not, have freedom to wear what they deem appropriate. I have to say that I have visited Jordan on many occasions as I have worked on their refugee camps, and she is beloved by her people.
    My only quibble is why wear a mask if not used appropriately, it should never be on your neck when you can't social distance.

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  8. BTW I've been under the impression that this site doesn't allow ANONYMOUS comments. Had anything changed since I was here the last time?

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