The Iftar Queen Rania Just Attended Will Warm Your Heart

Queen Rania, Iftar, Ramadan 2019, Jordan, King Abdullah II
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Queen Rania of Jordan and her husband King Abdullah have brightened the lives of some young Jordanian children by hosting an iftar at the Children’s Museum in Amman

As she so often does, Queen Rania of Jordan and her husband King Abdullah have brightened the lives of some young Jordanian children by hosting an iftar at the Children’s Museum in Amman.

The Royal couple invited the group of orphans from all the provinces of the Kingdom and took the time to break their fast alongside the youngsters who were given the platform to share their concerns.



The serious made way for the fun too though with some entertainment also on offer for the children ahead of Iftar.

Queen Rania, who looked as lovely as always in a blue kaftan with gold silk trim, posted photos of the special evening with her Instagram followers. The posts had more than 96,000 likes and hundreds of comments, most of them positive.



Followers commented writing things like, “Masha Allah, Respectful Queen Rania forever, So Good, So Beautyfull (sic), So Great Human Beings, Happiness in your life time (sic), God Bless You with your Royal family forever”. Another lady wrote, “Alhamdullilah, such heartwarming and touching pictures, may Yrl (sic) always be Blessed with Allah swt most auspicious Blessings Ameen”.

The former BAZAAR cover star and King Abdullah have hosted and attended quite a number of special events this Ramadan even going to great lengths to share some insight into their own private family iftar with Queen Rania posting a video online of the family breaking their fast.



The Iftar for the orphans was attended by Royal Hashemite Court Chief Yousef Issawi, His Majesty’s Adviser for Communication and Coordination Bisher Al Khasawneh, His Majesty’s Adviser for Policies and Media Kamal Al Nasser, Social Development Minister Basma Ishaqat and Zakat Fund Director General Abed Smeirat attended the Iftar.


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Queen Rania, Iftar, Ramadan 2019, Jordan, King Abdullah II
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