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Queen Rania attends Capitol Hill meeting with her husband

Queen Rania of Jordan was the picture of elegance in a cream blouse and tweed skirt for her latest visit to Capitol Hill.

The 47-year-old royal joined her husband, King Abdullah II, in a meeting with members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday afternoon.

Rania looked ageless in a stunning in a cream mock-neck blouse that she wore tucked into a calf-grazing tweed skirt. 

Royal visit: King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan met with members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Capitol Hill on Wednesday afternoon

Queen of style: The 47-year-old looked ageless in a stunning in a cream mock-neck blouse that she wore tucked into a calf-grazing tweed skirt

Queen of style: The 47-year-old looked ageless in a stunning in a cream mock-neck blouse that she wore tucked into a calf-grazing tweed skirt

Ageless beauty: Queen Rania accentuated her glowing complexion with natural-looking make-up that enhanced her features 

Ageless beauty: Queen Rania accentuated her glowing complexion with natural-looking make-up that enhanced her features 

The queen’s skirt was cinched at the waist with a cream sash, and she topped off her outfit with a pair of silver pumps. 

With her glowing complexion and natural-looking make-up, Rania could easily have passed for a woman half her age. 

The mother-of-four wore her highlighted brown hair in loose waves around her shoulders and delicate earrings dangled from her ears. 

The queen was all smiles as she stood alongside her husband while posing for photos with Senator Ben Cardin and Senator Bob Corker, the current chairman of the Senate’s Committee on Foreign Relations.

Photo op: The queen stood alongside her husband while posing for pictures with Senator Ben Cardin (far left) and Senator Bob Corker (far right) 

Photo op: The queen stood alongside her husband while posing for pictures with Senator Ben Cardin (far left) and Senator Bob Corker (far right) 

Rania looked on while King Abdullah II shook hands with U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce before the meeting

Rania looked on while King Abdullah II shook hands with U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce before the meeting

Official business: Rania was photographed taking a seat ahead of her husband's meeting 

Official business: Rania was photographed taking a seat ahead of her husband’s meeting 

King Abdullah II looked dapper in a black suit and crimson tie for the visit, and he was photographed shaking hands with U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce before the meeting. 

Although President Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka met Queen Rania in January, just a few weeks before he was sworn into office, the White House senior adviser was not on hand at during the royals’ visit to Capitol Hill. 

The 36-year-old first daughter was in India wrapping up her solo official visit to Hyderabad. 

Ivanka traveled to the city at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to headline the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

Busy week: King Abdullah II met with Jared Kushner at the Jordanian Ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C. on Monday 

Busy week: King Abdullah II met with Jared Kushner at the Jordanian Ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. on Monday 

Fast friends: The king also met with Vice President Mike Pence that morning to talk about how to best move forward to ensure stability and safety in the Middle East 

Fast friends: The king also met with Vice President Mike Pence that morning to talk about how to best move forward to ensure stability and safety in the Middle East 

Foreign mission: Although Ivanka Trump met Queen Rania in January, the president's eldest daughter was in India during the royals' visit to Capitol Hill

Foreign mission: Although Ivanka Trump met Queen Rania in January, the president’s eldest daughter was in India during the royals’ visit to Capitol Hill

Royal gathering: King Abdullah II and Queen Rania met with President Trump and his wife Melania at the White House in April

Royal gathering: King Abdullah II and Queen Rania met with President Trump and his wife Melania at the White House in April

Ivanka, in her biggest foreign mission yet, urged India to seize the untapped potential in women and promoted growing ties between the U.S. and the South Asia powerhouse in a keynote speech on Tuesday before the prime minister.  

On Monday, Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, met with King Abdullah outaside his residence in Washington, D.C. to discuss Middle East Peace.

The King of Jordan also had a meeting with Vice President Mike Pence that morning to talk about how to best move forward to ensure stability and safety in the Middle East. 

King Abdullah II and Queen Rania met with President Trump and his wife Melania at the White House in April. 



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