Biography of Queen Rania

  • Full Name: Queen Rania
  • Religi: Islam
  • Place of Birth: Kuwait
  • Date of Birth: Monday, August 31, 1970
  • Zodiac: Virgo
  • Education: New English School, Jabriya, Kuwait and Business Administration, America University, Cairo
Queen Rania is the queen of Jordan, wife of Abdullah II of Jordan who is currently serving as the King of Jordan. Queen Rania has a high concern for some social issues both locally and globally as problem children, education and other social cases.

He was educated in the New English School in Jabriya, Kuwait and continued his studies in Business Administration at the American University in Cairo. After graduation, he worked at Citibank and Apple company to enrich the experience.

Queen Rania
He is known as a very beautiful woman of the socialite because tastes dresses are then loved the people. Even in Harpers and Queen magazine in CE 2005, Queen Rania was named the third most beautiful woman in the world.

He met with King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein at a dinner in January 1993. Finally, after a brief introduction, they were married on June 10, 1993. Since her marriage, Queen Rania using his position to convey some issues sector in Jordan.

He also actively participate in social activities within the scope of the world such as UNICEF, the Seeds of Peace, World Economic Forum Foundation Board.

In recent years, Queen Rania has proposed several initiatives in the fields of education, social empowerment, youth, culture, etc. In the field of culture and even Queen Rania held a dialogue with the community. The dialogue is also frequently done through social networking and YouTube. He was instrumental in spreading the understanding of Muslims and the Islamic world right oblique dismissed several assumptions about Islam.

Not only that, noble movement also included in the literary world. A story entitled "Most of the Mountains" was contributed by Queen Rania in a children's story book. In addition, he also launched the book "The King's Gift" as a children's book that he contribute to the anniversary of the death of King Hussein. His second book titled "Eternal Beauty" which he launched to coincide with Mother's Day in 2008.