Queen Rania of Jordan may not be the most well-known royal mother in the world, but she's definitely one of the most dedicated.
The wife of Abdullah II, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan wasn't born into royalty - in fact, she and her family fled the Gulf War in Kuwait in 1991.
That was what led Rania to Jordan where she met her husband, then a prince, at a colleague's dinner party in 1993.
At the time, Rania had a regular job in marketing, but the prince was smitten and their whirlwind romance began.
The couple wed just six months after they first met, tying the knot in a lavish ceremony at the Zahran Palace in Amman on June 10, 1993.
After such a quick courtship, it seemed unreal that Rania had gone from a regular univeristy-educated woman to a Jordanian royal in less than a year.
But an even bigger surprise would come in 1999, when Abdullah's father died and he became the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, making Rania queen consort.
It also meant that their eldest son Hussein, born in 1994, was now the Crown Prince and heir to his father's throne.
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Meanwhile their youngest at the time, Princess Iman, born in 1996, had become the daughter of a king and queen overnight.
Abdullah and Rania would go on to have two more children, Princess Salma in 2000 and Prince Hashem in 2005.
Since their arrivals, the family of six have been one of the most tight-knit (and genetically blessed) crown families around the world.
In honour of their incredible story and beautiful bond, we've collected some of Queen Rania's best family photos with her husband and children through the years.
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