Princess Iman at her sister's Sandhurst graduation

Sorry for the long time between blog posts, but we are back with a new post on Princess Iman’s recent outfit at her younger sister, Princess Salma’s Sandhurst graduation!

For the event in late November 2018, Princess Salma dressed in a light blue Miu Miu coat with a mink collar. She also carried a Saint Laurent leather bag in gray and wore a pair of burgundy Jennifer Chamandi leather pumps. Sadly, the other pieces of her outfit have not been ID’d.

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Queen Rania’s outfit has more pieces discovered, as her Press Office released a statement on the Jordanian and Arab designers she’d worn over the past several weeks. The Queen makes it a point to highlight Arab and Jordanian designers.

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Her office explained, “wore a coat by Saudi Arabian designer Abadia. The white coat featured a modern red and black collar design, adding a Jordanian spin to the outfit. The Queen completed the look with a handbag by Egyptian label Okhtein, designed by sister duo Aya and Mounaz Abdelraouf.”

Fashion finders also saw that she wore a white pair of Jimmy Choo pumps, black Burberry gloves, an Anita Ko 18-karat white gold diamond earring, and a pair of Maria Tash diamond stud earrings.

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Photo: Copyright 2018, Royal Hashemite Court

Salma, 18, just recently graduated from the International Academy Amman in May. Her time at Sandhurst was shorter than that of her brother, Crown Prince Hussein. Salma’s training was part of a Short Commissioning Course.

In attendance was her proud family (minus little brother Prince Hashem): King Abdullah, Queen Rania, Crown Prince Hussein, and Princess Iman.

Both Rania and Hussein posted on their Instagrams that day to praise Salma.

Royal Central did an entire post on the graduation, which you can read here.

Princess Iman in family photo ahead of a wedding

Posing in a family photo ahead of a wedding, Princess Iman bint Abdullah shined in a light pink Alexander McQueen dress alongside her mother, Queen Rania; father, King Abdullah; and older brother, Crown Prince Hussein in May 2014 Instagram post of her mother's.

Missing from the family photo were her two younger siblings, Princess Salma and Prince Hashem. 

On our way to the wedding ... #Wedding #Love #Family #Jordan #LoveJO

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Iman's knee-length dress was sleeveless, but to cover up her arms, she wore a matching jacket. She also wore her Sergio Rossi sandals and carried a Prada clutch. The shoes seem to be a favorite of Iman's as she has been seen wearing them in a number of photos. 

The outfit of Queen Rania's is still UFO.

Unfortunately, not much is known about the wedding they were in route to - sadly leaving little to report on in terms of the actual event. 

Princess Iman surprises parents in DC

While Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan were in the capital of the United States, Washington D.C. in February 2017, their older daughter, Princess Iman surprised them. She is currently studying at Georgetown University in D.C. The reason for the surprise was that it was King Abdullah's 55th birthday, and she obviously wanted to spend some time with her father on his birthday. 

For the surprise visit, Iman wore a light pink sweater by Stella McCartney and an Army Yves Salomon coat with fur lining. 

Not much is known about her day with her parents and how long she was with them. The Royal Hashemite Court did share an image of Iman and Abdullah during the day at what looked to be during lunch at an unnamed location.

Queen Rania also posted an image to her Instagram of Iman with her and Abdullah on the streets of D.C. 



The King and Queen were on a working visit to the United States where they met with President Trump at the White House and King Abdullah met with members of Congress and other administrative officials. Rania also visited a local school with First Lady Melania Trump. The King and Queen met with the House Foreign Affairs Committee together.

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.



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.

Princess Iman and Queen Rania at MEDEF Summer University Conference in Paris

In August 2015, Princess Iman of Jordan accompanied her mother, Queen Rania to the MEDEF Summer University Conference in Jouy-en-Josas (close to Paris). 

For the event, Iman wore a red and white Contrast Corset 1/2 Circle dress by Alexander McQueen. The Princess wore a matching white cardigan and a pair of Sergio Rossi Puzzle Caged sandals. Additionally, she carried a UFO beige clutch. Iman was also wearing a pair of Elise Dray earrings. 

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Queen Rania wore a beautiful off-white Givenchy dress with a pair of Dior ball style earrings. The Queen also carried a beige Louis Vuitton purse and wore nude Jimmy Choo heels. Rania's dress features a rounded neck with diagonal straps; it featured a neck tie detail, as well. 

During the event, Her Majesty also spoke to those assembled. She spoke about how moderate Muslims must work diligently to combat terror organizations like ISIS who are hijacking Islam. The Queen said, “The so-called Islamic State continues to spread its evil ideology with terror tactics, not only maligning Islam and Muslims at every turn but changing global perceptions of our region.”

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Queen Rania stressed that opportunities must be created, even though the Middle East is not an ideal location with the ongoing turmoil. However, it is essential to defeating the radical groups operating in the region. 

More about the visit can be read in the press release sent out by the Office of Her Majesty

Queen Rania and Princess Iman also visited a museum in Paris.

Iman is coming into her own and, dare we say, beginning to rival her glamorous mother in the style game!