Princess Iman of Jordan at charity event with the Al Hussein Social Foundation for Orphans

Princess Iman, alongside her mother Queen Rania, attended a charity event with the Al Hussein Social Foundation for Orphans on June 20, 2016. They joined orphans and their caretakers to break the fast for Iftar - the fast-breaking meal during the Muslim holiday month of Ramadan. 

Copyright © 2009, The Royal Hashemite Court

Copyright © 2009, The Royal Hashemite Court

Iman wore a white and black patterned Roland Mouret jacket over a white shirt and a pair of black pants for the event in Amman. Queen Rania wore an UFO pink blouse with a thin nude leather belt. She carried a small nude shoulder bag, as well. 

The Queen and the Princess fixed plates for the children and cut up their food for them when they needed it. They both happily chatted with the children who seemed very excited to have a meal with their Queen and Princess.

@QueenRania/Twitter

@QueenRania/Twitter

In a press release by Her Majesty Queen Rania's Press Department, they said, "One of the largest integrated social welfare institutions in Jordan, Al Hussein Social Foundation for Orphans was founded in 1953 and today provides accommodation, food, clothing, and educational services to 119 children. Hosting both orphans and victims of broken families, the Foundation’s mission has been to provide underprivileged children with a home-life environment." 

After the event, Queen Rania tweeted, "Adorable company over iftar today; with Iman and a group of children at the Al Hussein Social Foundation for orphans."

She also posted a video to her Facebook page highlighting the day, which is posted above.