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Rania of Jordan: Solar and radiant at the Elysée on the arm of a surprise guest, Brigitte Macron elegant in white

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The work never stops for Emmanuel Macron, even a few days before participating in a state funeral. While he should be on Monday, September 19 at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, then leave for New York for a UN summit, the French president received for a working lunch King Abdallah II of Jordan who had made the trip with his wife, Queen Rania.

Imperial, in a pale blue dress by Brandon Maxwell and wearing white Jimmy Choo pumps, the 52-year-old sovereign greeted the president and his wife, Brigitte Macron, radiant in an immaculate dress. Always on top of fashion, the queen then took part in the meeting, she who is very involved in the decisions made in her country.

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But the royal couple did not come alone: ​​their eldest son, Crown Prince Hussein, had indeed accompanied them to Paris. At 28, he seems to be more and more involved in the life of his country, which is not surprising especially since his father, aged 60, suffers from several health problems. In any case, before the French president, he had met, last November, those who were still Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles at the time. In May, he also traveled to Washington with his parents to meet Joe Biden.

It must be said that his life is about to change: after his sister Iman, a few weeks ago, he also announced his engagement with a young woman from Saudi Arabia, Rajwa. A young woman much appreciated by her parents who undoubtedly hope to form the couple very early so that they are ready to take over the reins of the monarchy as soon as possible.

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