Lady in red! Queen Rania of Jordan cuts an elegant figure in a scarlet dress for husband King Abdullah II’s speech at Parliament
- Rania of Jordan stepped out for a Parliament meeting in Aman
- The Queen of Jordan looked glamorous with a luxury brand Bazaza dress
- The mother-of-four also carried a bespoke designer clutch bag with her
- The family has presented a unified front after 16 arrests and security threats
Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamourous as she stepped out for a Parliament meeting, amid allegations of security threats from within the family.
The Jordanian monarch, 52, attended parliament today for husband King Abdullah II’s speech, stepping up to the government building with a voluminous blowout, a luxury branded dress and bespoke clutch.
The fire engine red maxi dress, set off with a black waist belt, is from Beirut born designer Hussein Bazaza and a bespoke clutch bag from British designer Jennifer Chamandi.
Queen Rania oozes elegance pin a Bazaza dress from Beruti designer, a bespoke clutch from brand Jennifer Chamandi and an ornate brooch
Queen Rania paired red and black in a striking combination, compromised of two colors that make up the flag of Jordan
The speech follows internal turmoil within the upper ranks of the Jordanian royal family, where claims of security breaches have forced King Abdullah to address the nation in assurances the security of the country was his prority.
Middle East coverage explains that King Abdullah II had addressed the nation on November 9 following allegations against his half-brother.
The King wanted to present a unified front amid strife following the arrest of 16 people, including members of the royal family.
The King’s brother Prince Hamzah, who was crown prince, was not arrested but the military asked him to ‘stop movements and activities that are employed to target the security of Jordan and its stability’.
The 52-year-old mother of four sat in the crowd in support of her husband King Abdullah, after a time of turmoil within the family
News site The National News reported that the Jordan monarch said in a speech addressing the nation last week: ‘My first responsibility is to serve Jordan and protect its people, its constitution and its laws.’
Since the allegations came to light Queen Rania of Jordan has been seen on a visit to the Vatican, where she oozed glamour alongside her husband King Abdullah in Vatican City.
The visit came a day after the King’s heartfelt national address.
The glamorous royal, 52, looked respectful in the black gown which featured a white bow around her waist for an audience with Pope Francis with her husband at Apostolic Palace.
The mother-of-four also donned a sheer white head scarf which was draped over her hair and around her shoulders.