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Queen Rania sees red: This is how she sets the signal color in the limelight

In this summer of fashion there is no avoiding signal colors, Queen Rania of Jordan knows that too. As a Lady in Red, she attracts everyone’s attention.

Washington – whether red, yellow or green – when it comes to fashion, the gaudier the better! Her appearance in Washington proves that Queen Rania of Jordan (50) is not afraid of color.

Queen Rania traveled to the American capital with her husband King Abdullah II of Jordan (59) and their eldest son Crown Prince Hussein (27). The first meeting with US President Joe Biden (78) and his wife Dr. Jill Biden (70) after the inauguration in January was high on the agenda. The presidential couple received the royal visit in the White House. While Joe Biden was looking for an exchange with King Abdullah II and heir to the throne Hussein, the two first ladies withdrew for a private conversation.

Jill Biden and Queen Rania beamed with their outfits. The 70-year-old wore an elegant white ensemble of sheath dress and blazer by US designer Adam Lippes, which she combined with patterned “J’Adior” slingback pumps from Dior. Her bright outfit brought out the luminosity of Queen Rania’s red dress * even better. The almost ankle-length robe in an intense shade of red comes from the Lebanese designer Hussein Bazaza. A dark brown waist belt and taupe pumps by Manolo Blahnik made Rania’s look perfect. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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