Queen Rania arrived at her family Iftar looking incredibly stunning. The Jordanian Queen wrote on Instagram: “Grateful to be sharing Iftar on the first day of the holy month with people we love. From today’s family Iftar.” Rania accessorised with a handbag that showed how much love she has for the country of Jordan.
Queen Rania purchased a new handbag from the brand “Joudesign” which is based in Jordan and has 52,200 followers on social media.
Rania opted for the Joudesign “Gun Triangle” bag with a “Hand Painted Black Iris”, which contained a hidden meaning.
Irises are the national flower of Jordan, making it a poignant choice for the Jordanian Queen.
Its description says: “Driven by the passion of Art, Fashion and Joy, every design is an artistic creation that can be held, carried and walked among people everywhere. These pieces of art are designed and painted by Joudesign and proudly tailored by a local artisan.”
The bag sells for 520 Saudi Riyals, or roughly £113 in British Sterling if royal fans wish to buy the unique handbag.
For her family Iftar, the Jordanian Queen wore a gorgeous black long-sleeved dress that was full-length and featured royal blue tassels at the bottom.
These tassels matched the sash around Queen Rania’s waist, as well as the satin scarf wrapped around her neck.
The blue tassels additionally made an appearance on the Queen’s cuffs to add some character to the overall look.
For footwear, Queen Rania dipped into her wardrobe and wore her Jennifer Chamandi “Alessandra 105” over-the-knee black suede boots.
These boots cost a whopping £1,295 and are described as: “Elegant, with the perfect amount of va va voom, the Alessandro over-knee boot is a modern classic.
“Crafted from the highest grade of black suede, these boots have been handmade by Italian artisans.
“Whether you thread the removable fine leather strap through Jennifer Chamandi’s signature ‘Eye of the Needle’ heel detail and buckle across the foot or wear it alone for a more classic look, the Alessandro offers true versatility.
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Another fan, @rohinid3 pointed out: “You can still walk so elegantly in those pointed heels… at 50… Hats off to you.”
Ramadan began on the evening of March 22, 2023, and will conclude on April 21, 2023.
During this period, Muslims are supposed to abstain from food, water, cigarettes and sex during the hours of sunrise to sunset.
The “Iftar” meal is the fast-breaking dinner that occurs after sunset during the Ramadan period.