Queen Rania of Jordan unveils home movies of daughters for birthdays

A royally proud mum! Queen Rania of Jordan shares intimate home movies of her ‘sweetheart’ daughters Princess Iman, 25, and Princess Salma, 21, to celebrate their birthdays

  • Queen Rania of Jordan delighted fans by sharing home footage of her daughters 
  • The 51-year-old also revealed a photograph of herself alongside the princesses
  • Princess Salma celebrated her 21st birthday on 26 September, while her older sister, Princess Iman, turned 25 on 27 September

Queen Rania of Jordan has delighted fans by sharing home footage of her daughters Princesses Iman and Salma to mark their birthdays.

The 51-year-old royal also revealed a stunning portrait of herself alongside the princesses on Instagram today, with the three family members sporting matching white tops.

Princess Salma celebrated her 21st birthday on 26 September, while her older sister, Princess Iman, turned 25 on 27 September.

Highlights from the videos shared online show Queen Rania’s daughters as children, capturing milestones including their first haircuts and their high school graduations. 

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Queen Rania of Jordan has delighted fans by sharing home footage of her daughters Princesses Iman and Salma to mark their birthdays

Taking to her social media account, Queen Rania wrote: ‘Happy birthday to my sweethearts Iman and Salma! God bless you #HappyBirthday #Love #daughter.’

In the portrait of Queen Rania with her daughters, the royal mother sported a crisp button-down with a pair of striped trousers, while the princesses donned t-shirts and blue jeans. 

Princess Iman attends Georgetown University in Washington DC, while Princess Salma graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2018. She became the first female jet pilot in the Jordanian Armed Forces in 2020. 

The queen consort’s posts come as the palace announced that Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein has contracted coronavirus and his parents King Abdullah and Queen Rania, who tested negative, will protectively self-isolate for five days.

Princess Salma celebrated her 21st birthday on 26 September, while her older sister, Princess Iman, turned 25 on 27 September. Pictured, the home footage

‘His Highness Prince Hussein, who had received the vaccine against the coronavirus, showed mild symptoms and is in very good health,’ the Royal Court said in a statement on Monday.

The 27-year-old prince has in the last year increased his public appearances and is seen regularly at most of the important meetings that King Abdullah attends with local and foreign dignitaries.

King Abdullah and Queen Rania will be subject to a precautionary home quarantine for a period of five days. The results of their COVID-19 tests came back negative. 

Highlights from the videos (pictured) shared online show Queen Rania’s daughters as children, capturing milestones including their first haircuts and their high school graduations

Queen Rania and her husband King Abdullah, 59, share four children, Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan, 27, Princess Iman, 25, Princess Salma, 21, and Prince Hashem, 16.

The couple married in Jordan in June 1993, with the bride opting for a gold detailed wedding gown by British fashion designer Bruce Oldfield.

King Abdullah ascended to the throne in February 1999 and Rania became Queen Consort of Jordan. 

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