Queen Rania of Jordan attends her youngest child’s high school graduation

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Queen Rania of Jordan attends her youngest child’s high school graduation

Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamorous as she attended her son's high school graduation in Madaba yesterday. The mother-of-four, 52, looked

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Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamorous as she attended her son’s high school graduation in Madaba yesterday. 

The mother-of-four, 52, looked excited and happy to see her youngest child – Prince Hashem bin Abdullah – graduate and move on to the next chapter in his life. 

She attended the graduation with her husband, King Abdullah II, Princess Iman and her husband Jameel Alexander Thermiotis, along with Princess Salma and Crown Prince Hussein.

The Queen captioned her Instagram post: ‘Guys, can we slow down a bit? This mum needs to catch her breath! ‘Another proud family moment at Hashem’s high school graduation today.’

The family have much to celebrate, with Rania’s eldest son Crown Prince Hussein and his Saudi Arabian fiancée Rajwa Al Saif due to get married in just a few days time, on 1 June. 

Queen Rania looked stunning as she wore a plum Johanna Ortiz co-ord with dior heels and a YSL bag for her son's graduation in Madaba

Queen Rania looked stunning as she wore a plum Johanna Ortiz co-ord with dior heels and a YSL bag for her son's graduation in Madaba

Queen Rania looked stunning as she wore a plum Johanna Ortiz co-ord with dior heels and a YSL bag for her son’s graduation in Madaba

She looked stunning as she sported a plum-coloured Illusion Perspective Belted Openback Floral-Print Satin-Jacquard Blouse from Johanna Ortiz which retails for around £767. 

She then paired this with their matching Fairy Tale Fantasy Floral-Print Satin-Jacquard A-Line Midi Skirt which retails for around £483.

She paired her co-ord with a burgundy YSL Sac De Jour Souple Nano Bag, which she has worn on multiple occasions. 

She tied the look in with Dior’s Rose Gold and Blush Mesh Pointed Toe Pumps, which she has also worn before. 

The Queen’s chocolate curled tresses sat below her shoulder and she went for a full-glam makeup look, with shimmery bronze eyeshadow, mascara, pink lipstick and some blush. 

Her son, Prince Hashem, 18, looked smart in his graduation gown as he stood among his peers. 

He graduated from King’s Academy, a boarding school in Madaba and sported their colours of gold and red on his navy gown. 

To make matters more special, his father, King Abdullah II, handed him his graduation certificate. 

The Queen's chocolate curled tresses sat below her shoulder and she went for a full-glam makeup look, with shimmery bronze eyeshadow, mascara, pink lipstick and some blush

The Queen's chocolate curled tresses sat below her shoulder and she went for a full-glam makeup look, with shimmery bronze eyeshadow, mascara, pink lipstick and some blush

The Queen’s chocolate curled tresses sat below her shoulder and she went for a full-glam makeup look, with shimmery bronze eyeshadow, mascara, pink lipstick and some blush

The family beamed as they celebrated the high school graduate. Pictured L to R: Princess Salma, Queen Rania, Prince Hashem, Abdullah II, Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein

The family beamed as they celebrated the high school graduate. Pictured L to R: Princess Salma, Queen Rania, Prince Hashem, Abdullah II, Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein

The family beamed as they celebrated the high school graduate. Pictured L to R: Princess Salma, Queen Rania, Prince Hashem, Abdullah II, Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein

The Queen posted on Instagram that she needed to 'catch her breath' and said it was 'another proud family moment'

The Queen posted on Instagram that she needed to 'catch her breath' and said it was 'another proud family moment'

The Queen posted on Instagram that she needed to ‘catch her breath’ and said it was ‘another proud family moment’

Special day: Prince Hashem, 18, looked smart in his graduation gown as he stood among his peers

Special day: Prince Hashem, 18, looked smart in his graduation gown as he stood among his peers

Special day: Prince Hashem, 18, looked smart in his graduation gown as he stood among his peers

His brother, Hussein bin Abdullah, Crown Prince of Jordan, also took to Instagram to publicly congratulate his brother.

He wrote: ‘My dearest brother Hashem, I was beyond proud to watch you graduate today! 

‘Here’s to further success at university and a bright future in service of Jordan.’ 

The family have much to celebrate, as Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif are due to get married in just a few days time, on 1 June.

They will wed at at Zahran Palace in Amman. 

The couple have been engaged since August and Queen Rania could not hide her excitement, posting on Instagram at the time: ‘I didn’t think it was possible to hold so much joy in my heart! 

King Abdullah II handed his youngest child his graduation certificate, making the day extra special and personal

King Abdullah II handed his youngest child his graduation certificate, making the day extra special and personal

King Abdullah II handed his youngest child his graduation certificate, making the day extra special and personal 

Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein look proud as they stand at the graduation ceremony

Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein look proud as they stand at the graduation ceremony

Princess Iman and Crown Prince Hussein look proud as they stand at the graduation ceremony 

A proud moment: Prince Hashem stands among other graduates of King's Academy in Madaba yesterday

A proud moment: Prince Hashem stands among other graduates of King's Academy in Madaba yesterday

A proud moment: Prince Hashem stands among other graduates of King’s Academy in Madaba yesterday 

The mother-of-four, 52, looked excited and happy to see her youngest child - Prince Hashem bin Abdullah - graduate and move on to the next chapter in his life

The mother-of-four, 52, looked excited and happy to see her youngest child - Prince Hashem bin Abdullah - graduate and move on to the next chapter in his life

The mother-of-four, 52, looked excited and happy to see her youngest child – Prince Hashem bin Abdullah – graduate and move on to the next chapter in his life

Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamorous at her youngest child's graduation yesterday

Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamorous at her youngest child's graduation yesterday

Queen Rania of Jordan looked glamorous at her youngest child’s graduation yesterday  

The royal family have much to celebrate, as Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif are due to get married in just a few days time, on 1 June

The royal family have much to celebrate, as Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif are due to get married in just a few days time, on 1 June

The royal family have much to celebrate, as Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif are due to get married in just a few days time, on 1 June

The royal looked stunning as she opted for a patterned co-ord which flattered her figure

The royal looked stunning as she opted for a patterned co-ord which flattered her figure

The royal looked stunning as she opted for a patterned co-ord which flattered her figure 

‘Congratulations to my eldest Prince Hussein and his beautiful bride-to-be, Rajwa.’

Rajwa received a degree from Syracuse University, New York, and studied at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles after completing her secondary education in Saudi Arabia. 

She has worked at an architecture firm in Los Angeles and currently works at Designlab Experience design studio in Riyadh.

She is the youngest daughter of Khaled M. Al Saif and his wife, Azza bint Naif Al-Sudairi. 

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