They are the pride of the nation.
How to live five beautiful, trendy, smart and our favorite Queens from different parts of the world: Europe, Asia and the East.
Rania al-Abdullah, Queen of Jordan
47 years old
The future Queen was born to the family pediatrician, far from the Royal court as possible. In the arms of king Rania gave no background, and career ambitions: graduate of the American University of Cairo, where Rania studied business management, began working at Citibank. In Jordan, the mission of this Bank is Princess Aisha, the sister of king Abdullah II. Successful employee made friends with his powerful boss and one day received an invitation to dinner at the house of the Princess and her husband. There’s something Rania met with then-Prince Abdullah II, whom she married in 1993. Six years later, Abdullah became king and Rania, the first lady of Jordan. Even before the wedding, the grandmother of her husband, Queen Zain, called the bride of the grandson of “the diamond of their dynasty” — and it is better about the Rania will not say.
Leticia, Queen of Spain
Leticia grew up in a family of journalists and nurses and decided to go in his father’s footsteps. The choice of profession, as it turned out, was crucial. In 2002, Leticia filmed a report on the coast of Galissia about the crash of a large oil tanker, and Felipe, then Prince, arrived there as a representative of the Royal family. The Prince fell in love once and for all, but his parents, king Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia refused to take seriously divorced journalist and gave blessings to the marriage. Then Felipe put a condition: or Leticia would be his wife, or he abdicates. Monarchs had to make concessions, and in 2004 in Madrid hosted the wedding of the Prince and his beloved. A year after the wedding to the birth of Princess Leonore, and in 2007 the couple had a second daughter, Infanta Sofia. In 2014, Felipe and Letizia became king and Queen.
Mathilde, Queen of Belgium
Unlike the previous Queens, Matilda — the girl with blue blood. Her father, Earl Patrick Henri d Udekem d Acoz, mother is a Polish Countess Anna of Komorowska. With the future king and her husband Philip Mathilde met at a tennis court in the middle of 90-ies, and the first time the pair was hiding from the press is not worse than the undercover agents. But in 1999, in Brussels, the wedding of Prince and Countess, and in 2013, Philippe came to the throne. By the time freshly baked Queen was the mother of four children, Ambassador for UNICEF and the UN, as well as an example of style for women of Belgium.
Jetsun PEMA wangchuck, Queen of Bhutan
This Queen was again “simple.” Beauty Jetsun PEMA, the daughter of a pilot. With the king family, the girl was connected through his mother, the niece of the wife of the second king of Bhutan, the great-grandfather of the current king Jigme Namgyal Wangchuck of Khasara and husband, Jetson. As he told the young king, his future wife he saw on one of the holidays when she was… only 7 years! The Prince was older than the girls for 10 years, but then noticed a beautiful little girl. When the girl was 21, she married Jigme, who by that time was already the king of Bhutan. After becoming Queen, she left education she studied international relations at the University of London Regents.
Jetson, gave birth to a son — Prince of the Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck, who became the nicest kid of the Kingdom.
Lalla Salma, Queen of Morocco
39 years old
Legally Lalla Salma wears the title of Princess, but still she is the wife of king Mohammed VI and the first lady of Morocco. Lalla — a Cinderella. The daughter of a school teacher, three years remaining without a mother, lived with grandmother. Learned to be an engineer, she was an Intern in the company Omnium Nord Africain, which the Royal family has a stake. In 1999, in a closed corporate Lalla met her future husband. That year was definitely happy to Muhammad, he became the king and met his future Queen. Lalla is friends with Queen Rania and how she promotes among subjects the image of the emancipated women of the East: studying languages, drives a car, plays sports and of course fashion.
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