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With one bright pink suit, Queen Rania of Jordan just proved she's the unsung fashion icon of all royals

The Jordanian Queen is a style influencer for the ages.

By Jess Pullar
When it comes to royal fashion, one's mind might go directly to Duchess Catherine.
Effortlessly chic and always on-point, the Duchess of Cambridge knows how to execute an outfit to the point of selling it out off the racks, and every likened match-up you can find, within moments.
But folks, there's another - slightly lesser known in these parts - royal who is also slaying the fashion game. And she goes by the name of Queen Rania.
On Tuesday, the Queen of Jordan stepped out to view handcrafts with the King of Jordan, Abdullah II, as they celebrated young creative talent.
Sharing an image to Instagram from the visit, Queen Rania wrote: "With His Majesty today to take a look at the handicrafts made by the Productive Youth Program. Always inspiring to see young people transforming their talents into promising projects."

The 50-year-old Queen looked stunning in the pink power suit - a hue she's not unfamiliar with.
In July 2020, Rania stepped out with her daughter Princess Iman in a neon pink shirt which was peppered with a white print.
"Loved spending time with both Iman and the wonderful people at Beit Al Baraka and Beit Al Ward in Um Qais today," Rania wrote at the time.
In the images, which she shared on Instagram, a glowing Rania and Iman also wore facemasks as the COVID-19 pandemic waged on.

Rania and King Abdullah II have four children together who are now in their teens and early twenties.
Crown Prince Hussein, is the heir to the throne aged 26, while Princess Iman is 24, Princess Salma is 20 and Prince Hashem is 16.
The family are often seen out and about promoting their country Jordan and sharing candid snaps from their various outings.
In December 2020, the family shared a new portrait in time for Christmas with the whole family looking very grown up.
"This year, even as we have kept our distance, we've all held our loved ones a little closer in our hearts. Sending prayers for health and happiness to all," Rania penned at the time.
The family remain close as ever. (Royal Hashemite Court via Getty Images)

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