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MYROYALS &HOLLYWOOD FASHİON: King Abdullah and Queen Rania and their children Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Iman attended the wedding of . 16 to promote Arab-American relations—faces the daunting task of straddling Since then, Hussein's widow, the American-born Queen Noor. earlier this year, is the son of Queen Noor, Hussein's fourth and last wife. Noor, with Hussein, the son of the Palestinian-born Queen Rania.
QN's daughters would not retain such closeness if they felt it would hurt their mother or felt either KA or QR were treating their mother disrespectfully.
I'm glad you like my grandmother's sayings.
Crown prince with an English accent
She was a character but brimming with wisdom Life is like waves. When you are down, don't get discouraged because you are already on your way up and when you are up don't become complacent because you are already on your way down. Sometimes, it is smart just to float. What does this have to do with QR and QN? I think they have both endured a lot and enjoyed many great things as well.
- In an interview with People Magazine, Queen Rania talks about her life
But the sense I get from both is one of great similarities: Each gets up ready to face whatever comes that day; just trying to do their best. Now there's a topic--similarities: Both are highly disciplined, smart, funny, pragmatic women who place great priority on family. I also think some of the comments about both women's glamour could be reinterpreted.
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But in two important respects he differs from his father. One difference will be of benefit to him in his future life as king while the other may be an impediment. First the bad news. His command of Arabic is said to be poor. This will be a problem for him once he has to take the international stage beside the other Middle Eastern rulers,' the source added.
Abdullah's poor grasp of Arabic is testament to his strong bond with his mother, Princess Muna al-Hussein 'Hussein's Delight'. King Hussein married Princess Muna, his second wife, for love rather than politics and although the marriage was short-lived, they have maintained good relations. When the year-old met the king, dressed as a pirate at a fancy dress party, her first words to him were: The result is that Abdullah, a career soldier, has turned out unmistakably English in deportment, character and outlook.
Although Abdullah was briefly crown prince as a toddler, his father changed the constitution in his brother Hassan's favour because of the regime's instability at that time.
Abdullah has always been ruled out of contention for the throne because of persistent doubts about whether his mother ever converted to Islam. The king's enduring intimacy with Princess Muna has been a source of friction in his relationship with his present wife, Queen Noor, a Muslim convert who has pressed for her eldest son, Hamzah, to succeed King Hussein.
Though Queen Noor attended the wedding of Abdullah and Rania Yassin in Juneshe was kept out of the official photographs. King Hussein was pictured with the happy couple and his ex-wife Princess Muna.