Queen Rania of Jordan greets refugees during the One Young World Summit in Belfast and says it’s a ‘privilege’ to mark 25 years since the Good Friday Agreement
- Queen Rania of Jordan looked typically stylish as she greeted refugees in Belfast
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Queen Rania of Jordan looked typically stylish as she greeted refugees during the One Young World Summit in Belfast.
During her visit to the Conway Education Centre, the royal, 52, listened to refugees who told their stories of arriving in Belfast and learning English.
She looked chic in a bright green sweater which she paired with navy trousers and stilettos.
The elegant royal’s brunette locks were styled in sophisticated wavy curls for the occasion.
The annual summit convenes the brightest young leaders from over 190 countries and 250 organizations, to showcase the immense potential of youth-driven action in shaping peace and progress worldwide.
Queen Rania of Jordan looked typically stylish as she greeted refugees during the One Young World Summit in Belfast
The summit has been recognised by the City of Belfast and the UK government as being part of the official celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement.
Her Majesty gave a speech during the One Young World opening ceremony yesterday.
She said it was a ‘privilege’ to be in Belfast celebrating the 25th anniversary and she told the audience how her father-in-law King Hussein of Jordan reacted on hearing the news of the historic peace deal.
According to News Letter she said: ‘I distinctly remember when the Good Friday Agreement was signed.
‘I happened to be with His Majesty that day, having a casual conversation over dinner with the TV in the background.
‘I remember how his face just lit up at the news. ”If they can do it in Northern Ireland, then we in the Middle East can to”, he said.’
The royal, 52, listened to refugees who told their stories of arriving in Belfast and learning English during a visit to the Conway Education Centre
Queen Rania of Jordan shook hands with centre manager Pauline Kersten after a visit to meet refugees from the Conway Education Centre
The elegant royal’s brunette locks were styled in sophisticated wavy curls for the occasion
It comes after Queen Rania looked stunning in a floral pink dress when she attended a graduation ceremony at The International Academy – Amman in June.
The striking royal wore a beautiful lace dress in pale pink by Italian fashion brand Dolce and Gabbana for the ceremony.
She customised the fitted, long-sleeved number with a slim silver waist belt with a gold clasp.
Rania, who is often praised for her impeccable taste, paired the flounce-hem, knee-length dress with Dior’s elegant rose gold and blush mesh pointed toe pumps.
The fresh and summery outfit was complemented by her Dolce and Gabbana ‘Sicily’ small tote bag in a pale grey.
She looked chic in a bright green sweater which she paired with navy trousers and stilettos
Her Majesty’s glam makeup enhanced her flawless features which was enhanced by a pink lip
Queen Rania (third right) meets refugees from the Conway Education Centre as she attends the One Young World Summit at Conway Mill
Her Majesty gave a speech during the One Young World opening ceremony yesterday
Queen Rania’s jewellery was elegant while original, especially her striking pink ‘1919’ ring by Lebanese designer Ralph Masri.
The mother-of-four, who founded the International Academy – Amman in 2004, wore her highlighted hair loose and kept her make-up natural for the important occasion.
In an open letter on the school’s website, Queen Rania explains hat when she opened the school almost two decades ago ‘it put forward a bold and optimistic mission: instilling a lifelong love of learning in its students, and arming them with the curiosity, compassion, and confidence to become the leaders of tomorrow.’
She wrote: ‘We aimed to foster a new generation of global citizens, able to serve as agents of change without ever losing sight of their roots.’
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