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Camilla joins Queen Rania to visit family and child centre run by Jordan River Foundation

During the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall’s royal tour of Jordan, the Duchess joined Queen Rania Al Abdullah on a visit to the Queen Rania Family and Child Centre (QRFCC) in Jabal Al Nasr in eastern Amman. The Duchess is currently accompanying her husband on the trip as they celebrate the centenary of Jordan and the UK-Jordan bilateral friendship. This tour marks the…
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Queen Rania meets with artisans helped by Prince Charles's non-profit

When you think of the Prince of Wales, your mind might not instantly go to Jordanian crafts, but Queen Rania was able to meet a group of local artisans who have benefitted from an international cultural heritage organisation he launched. Her Majesty visited the Turquoise Mountain showroom in Jabal Amman on 11 October to learn more about the organisation and how it supports cultural heritage.
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Queen Rania urges world to come together after pandemic

In a pre-recorded message, Queen Rania of Jordan spoke to the international community at the World Humanitarian Forum (WHF) in New York. The Queen spoke to assembled UN officials, private sector executives, humanitarian activists, thought leaders and heads of state via a virtual message on Tuesday, September 21. She stressed that in times of crisis, people should not “focus only on…
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Royal Olympians: Princess Haya of Jordan

Coming from the Middle Eastern country of Jordan, Princess Haya is the only royal from the Hashemite kingdom that has competed in the Olympics. Haya is the daughter of the late King Hussein and late Queen Alia; her half-brother, King Abdullah, is currently Jordan’s monarch. As with her British counterparts, Haya is an equestrian and competed in the games for Jordan in show jumping.
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