Queen Rania of Jordan showcased her impeccable fashion sense as she attended the coronation of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey. She arrived in a form-fitting pastel yellow pencil dress featuring a wide Bardot neckline and semi-sheer underpinnings, paired with a high neck and long sleeves for modesty. Complementing the ensemble, Queen Rania wore a matching pillbox hat with a short veil, embodying both elegance and modernity.
Queen Rania of Jordan’s accessories
The Jordanian monarch accessorised with a woven Intrecciato clutch in cream by Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta and a pair of matching pumps by her preferred shoe designer, Gianvito Rossi. King Abdullah II, her husband, sported a navy blue suit with a white shirt, maroon tie, and the pin of the Jordanian flag on his lapel, which he also wore at the coronation reception on Friday evening.
Queen Rania’s sophisticated outfit followed the Schiaparelli dress she donned for the Buckingham Palace event on Friday. She paired the simple, ruched brown dress from the French house with a gold clutch and gold Gianvito Rossi pumps. In contrast, Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco opted for a striking cream cape over a blush pink dress, reminiscent of the traditional burnoose cape worn by Moroccan Berbers.
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