NewsQueen Rania of Jordan: touching words about her homeland

Queen Rania of Jordan: touching words about her homeland

Queen Rania has been sitting on the throne of Jordan at the side of her husband King Abdullah II for over 20 years, and she represents her adopted home with joy and pride.

Birgesh – Queen Rania (51) grew up and was born in the Emirate of Kuwait, but her heart beats for Jordan. She is very popular with her around 10 million compatriots, which her recent appearance in the village of Birgesh once again made clear.

In the Irbid region, Queen Rania went on a sporting tour of discovery. At the beginning of the week, the mother of four, dressed very casually in black trousers, a light blue blouse and sneakers, made the Jordan Trail unsafe. She stopped at the operators of an accommodation, among other things. * knows what makes the Jordan Trail, on which Queen Rania recently hiked, so special.

Visibly excited, the host family received the monarch, after which they exchanged views on the effects of the corona pandemic and the advantages of the hiking trail. In an interview, Queen Rania emphasized that the demand for local tourism had increased due to the corona. The past two years have brought the Jordanians closer together and given everyone the chance to discover the country’s beauty and diversity. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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