Random Royaling – More More Rania!

Queen Rania accompanied King Abdullah to Assis, Italy for the Lamp of Peace Award ceremony, where the King was the 2019 recipient. I haven’t found an ID on the designer of this fit and flare dress with the bolero jacket, but it is among my favorites of her wardrobe. Queen Rania’s Closet has many more photos and details, and some closeup shots of the Ferrragamo shoes (block heels!) and Stephen Webster turquoise earrings.

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Great handbag, right? Louis Vuitton. Look, you can get it embossed with kittens!

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The King and Queen then headed to France to begin a state visit. Rania is wearing an Ermanno Scervino closely fitted jacket and skirt. Definitely a statement from the Queen of Statements.

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What’s your take? How do you like your Rania? Sleek or Dramatic?


Random Royaling – Rania Update

Queen Rania’s Closet has all the details on this event and this ensemble. Short story: Rania was out in support of her organization, the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA), wearing a Silvia Tcherassi skirt and her Gianvitto Rossi suede pumps. I suggest you go to the link to get the other angles on the skirt!

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توسعة برنامج الدبلوم المهني لإعداد وتأهيل المعلّمين قبل الخدمة بالتعاون مع الوكالة الأمريكية للتنمية الدولية سيمكن عدد أكبر من المعلمين في الأردن من الاستفادة من النموذج الناجح الذي قدمته أكاديمية تدريب المعلمين على مدى الأعوام الماضية #تعليم #الأردن #حب_الأردن Expanding the pre-service Teacher Education Professional Diploma in partnership with USAID will enable more Jordanian teachers to benefit from the successful programs of the Queen Rania Teacher Academy #Education #Jordan #LoveJO

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Rania Hits the Road

She’s been busy. Last week, the Queen, the King, and the Crown Prince of Jordan lunched with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in London. The whole event was royal poetry. Princess Anne dropped an incredibly impressive curtsy, and King Abdullah maintained amazing posture throughout the whole proceeding. So far, I haven’t seen an ID on Rania’s dress, but I do like it. It’s a great color for her, and the styling is more subdued than her usual. I love the Amini Muaddi lavendar shoes.

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The Queen and King also visited Westminster Abbey, laid a wreath, and signed the guest book. It’s a sober outing and Rania’s Fendi dress is a sober choice, and another one of which I completely approve. There is such a sophisticated interplay of gray and red and black in this photo that my frivolous side almost believes this entire photograph was composed in advance. That can’t be possible. Can it?

She’s also featured in this month’s Harper Bazaar, Arabia, here: All the outfits in the piece are beautiful complements to a stunning woman. The tiara, or headband, however, is not speaking to me. Call me crazy, but I think if a Queen wears a tiara on the cover of a magazine, it should be a substantial tiara. It may not have fit with the theme, which is subdued, but it would do our sparkle starved hearts some good.

New My Royals has more information on all these events. Check it out and let us know what you think about Rania’s latest fashion forays.