Their majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan have paid a visit to the White House to meet President Donald Trump and first lady Melania.
Queen Rania (47) – who’s regarded by some as one of the most stylish women in the world – donned an elegant white blouse with wide-legged blush-pink trousers for the visit, matching Melania (48) who wore a pink wrap dress reports Harper’s Bazaar.
Both women also wore similar pointed pink heels, with the queen opting to accessorise further with an elegant medium-sized pink bag.
The king and queen made the visit without their son, Crown Prince Hussein (23), who was hosting Prince William in Jordan as the Duke of Cambridge commenced his tour of the Middle East.
Rania and Abdullah (56) were among the first heads of state to visit President Trump (72) after his inauguration in 2016 - their latest stopover is in the hope of influencing the president’s plan for the Middle East, reports Independent ie.
Trump said it was an honour to have the royals visit the White House and told King Abdullah he was doing an “incredible job” where the refugees and taking care of people was concerned, reports Los Angeles Times.