Her Royal Highness Queen Rania of Jordan:
The Jordanian Queen and former BAZAAR cover star, Queen Rania of Jordan re-posted her son Al Hussein bin Abdullah II's video, captioned, “Ramadan is all the more special when surrounded by loved ones. Breaking fast with the family yesterday”.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (AKA Fazza), the Crown Prince of Dubai:
In typical Fazza style, the super cool Crown Prince's Instagram video was artistic and illuminated (quite literally) the commencement of holy month, together with the spirit of Ramadan as a crescent moon shone atop of the Burj Khalifa.
Well, if you haven’t seen it - we’re pretty sure you have - French Montana (real name, Karim Kharbouch) fully embraced the first night of Ramadan this year by wearing a thobe-like ensemble from Gucci’s Dapper Dan collection at the Met Gala 2019.
Former ‘America’s Next Top Model’ Sandra Shehab posted a picture outside of Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque for the beginning of Ramadan. The American-Egyptian model highlighted the essence of the Holy Month and wished her followers health, happiness, and peace.
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Ramadan Kareem to my followers who celebrateRamadan is not only for fasting, but also to feed the hungry, help others who are in need, not judge others and to forgive as well. That is the spirit of Ramadan and I hope this month allows you guys to do so and hope it brings you guys health, happiness, and peace in your homes
The regional style-star/influencer jested about fasting with a collage of pictures, captioned, “Ramadan hunger moods be like”.
Another regional favourite and mum-of-three, Karen Wazen posted her well-wishes to her 1.2 million followers on the photo sharing platform, with a glowing picture taken in the desert.
Architect, influencer and star on E! Entertainment, Fatima wished her followers a blessed Ramadan, wearing UAE designer Anaqa Boutique and a stack of chunky gold bangles.
The super-chic, glass-ceiling-shattering hijabi model posted a series of pics on Insta on the first day of the Holy Month.
Saudi influencer Hala Abdallah grammed a picture of herself in Old Dubai wearing The Modist’s Ramadan 2019 collection and captioning the post with a quote about contentment.
Ascia Al Faraj:
The Kuwaiti fashion blogger, model and designer posted a light-hearted vlog, joking with her family and friends who challenged her to cook them a meal throughout the month of Ramadan.
Rami Al Ali:
Designer to some of the most famous celebs in (and out) of town, Rami Al Ali wished his followers Ramadan Kareem on his Couture Instagram page.
A glittering Nathalie Fanj shared a simple post to her followers, wishing them “Ramadan Karim”.
February's BAZAAR cover star, Lebanese singer and TV star Maya Diab posted a short, filtered video on the platform at the beginning of the Holy Month.