Queen Rania of Jordan is not only known for her strong views on women’s issues and being a doting mother to her four children. She is also widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful royals. The 46-year-old royal, dubbed the ‘most listened-to woman in the Middle East’, is renowned for her elegant fashion sense. And this time, she definitely did not disappoint fashion lovers during her tour of Australia. Visiting Australia alongside her husband King Abdullah II, Queen Rania wore a long-sleeve light green silk top with a high-waisted white skirt with tiers. She appeared in high spirits as she visited the National Portrait Gallery.
But the spotlight really turned to the wife of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Lucy, who wore a bold red lace dress. Mrs Turnbull wore a pearl necklace, a beige cropped jacket and a pair of beige-pink shoes.
The pearl necklace seems to be Mrs Turnbull’s favourite piece of accessory.
Queen Rania and Mrs Turnbull smiled throughout their guided tour of the Canberra gallery, with the royal later calling her visit ‘such a treat’, reports Daily Mail.
The Queen then made one of many quick wardrobe changes during her hectic tour Down Under, before heading to her next event. She also wore a flowing navy blue dress complete with a tan belt, as she stepped out alongside her husband.
The pair walked also throughout the Australian War Memorial, stopping by a red wall of poppies to each lay a flower of their own.
Married in 1993, the royal couple have four children – Crown Prince Hussein, Princess Iman, Princess Salma and Prince Hashem.