Queen Rania Takes This Off-White Dress From Streetwear To Royal

Queen Rania, Off-White, Jordan
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When fashion royalty and actual royalty join forces

Between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry making an appearance Birkenhead’s Hamilton Square on Monday, Kate Middleton’s recent visit to the King Henry’s Walk Garden in the London borough of Islington, and Queen Rania touring the new exhibits at the Children’s Museum Jordan, it seems like this week it's back to work for the Royals.

For one of her first royal engagements of 2019, Queen Rania of Jordan was joined by husband King Abdullah II to celebrate Arbour Day by planting trees at Al Kamaliya Forest. Welcomed by Royal Hashemite Court Chief Yousef Issawi and joined by a number of Jordanian youths, the Middle Eastern royals got stuck in with the saplings, adding to the 9,000 trees that have been planted so far.

For the occasion, Queen Rania took one of the most prolific streetwear brands out and gave it a regal twist.



The Royal chose a plaid Off-White belted checked blazer dress, which she put her signature modest spin on by pairing the look with jeans and boots. We also spied her trusty Apple Watch on her wrist (which she's rarely seen without).

Earlier this week, the mother-of-four also attended the annual Children’s Museum Jordan Board of Trustees Meeting, where she is a chairperson. Her Majesty was welcomed by the museum director, Sawsan Dalaq, before touring the newly-constructed Biodiversity Exhibit, and the recently refurbished Bank Exhibit.



As always, Queen Rania looked every inch the chic royal, wearing the Unbutton Me Please Top from A.W.A.K.E., a navy blue skirt with matching coloured pumps and the 'Chilluxe' handbag from a Dubai-based luxury label HALM.

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Queen Rania, Off-White, Jordan
Queen Rania, Off-White, Jordan
Images: Facebook/QueenRania