Queen Rania of Jordan

Queen Rania of Jordan in 2007.

Queen Rania of Jordan (Arabic: انيا العبد الله‎; born Rania al-Yassin and sometimes called Rania al-Abdullah; born on 31 August 1970 in Kuwait City, Kuwait) is the Queen consort of Jordan. After she married Abdullah II of Jordan, she became known for her work in education, health, community empowerment and micro-finance. She also uses social media often (Facebook, Twitter and YouTube). She has two daughters and two sons. She has been given many awards by governments.

Personal life

Rania al-Yassin was born in Kuwait to Palestinian parents. She went to the New English School in Jabriya, Kuwait. She got a degree in business administration at the American University in Cairo. Before graduating from the American University, she worked with Citibank and Apple, Inc..[1]

Other Languages
azərbaycanca: Raniyə əl-Abdullah
български: Рания ал-Ясин
bosanski: Rania al-Jasin
brezhoneg: Rania al-Yassin
čeština: Ranija al-Jasín
français: Rania al-Yassin
Bahasa Indonesia: Rania dari Yordania
مازِرونی: رانیا عبدالله
Nederlands: Rania al-Yassin
português: Rania da Jordânia
српски / srpski: Ранија ел Абдулах
українська: Ранія аль-Абдалла