The British royal couple are visiting Jordan which marks the first royal tour outside of Europe since the coronavirus restrictions have been lifted. Prince Charles and Camilla were seen landing at Queen Alisa International Airport in Amman, Jordan, on Tuesday morning, on the VIP RAF Voyager. They were welcomed by the Royal Jordanian Guard, before being greeted by Britain’s Ambassador to Jordan and a team of defence staff.
The royal couple then met with the King and Queen of Jordan.
Queen Rania was even seen driving the Duchess of Cornwall in her very own Tesla, which impressed many royal fans.
Royal fan @millashand71747 simply [email protected] “WOW!” in response to the footage.
Meanwhile, royal watcher Cara Malkin tweeted how impressed she was with the monarch.
She wrote: “Driving in stilettos is no easy task.”
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Benny Lonergan tweeted in amusement: “The Queen casually driving The Duchess to an engagement.”
The Queen of Jordan looked gorgeous in a white midi coat, which covered a patterned, sheer white blouse.
The coat was an open V-neck, long-sleeved design which flared out at the bottom to give the perfect petticoat look.
The most stunning feature of Queen Rania’s outfit was the glistening gold belt that tied the ensemble together.
The monarch was also donning a gold Yves Saint Laurent clutch bag to match, which retails for £905.
Rania could be seen wearing six-inch stiletto heels, which were mainly white in colour with some black, blue, and gold stripes running through them.
The Queen had her sunglasses in her hands as she posed for pictures with her husband, as well as Charles and Camilla.
Rania was sporting such elegant wavy locks and her makeup was sultry with smokey eye makeup and a nude lip.
Twitter user @Septembers_Song agreed, writing: “All eyes are on Queen Rania.”
Timothy Ferres tweeted in amazement, saying: “Looks like a model.”
The Jordanian Queen looked strikingly similar to a coat Kate Middleton wore six years ago in Portsmouth.
On that occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge wore an identical midi white coat from Max Mara for a royal engagement in Portsmouth.