The royal spent hours chatting with young children as part of an educational afternoon.

She’s a proud mum of four, who has a natural affinity with children of all ages.

And Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan further demonstrated that trait on Sunday, when she visited a children’s hospital in Amman.

The royal dropped in at the Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital, which was named in her honour when it opened in 2010, to take part in a recently launched educational programme.

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Wearing super-chic culottes and an elegant white blouse, Queen Rania mingled with young patients as they watched a comedic science-based show.

The get-together was part of an initiative by the Children Museum Jordan, which hosts interactive classes at the hospital with its Beyond Museum Walls program.

The project brings “its hands-on learning activities to those who are unable to visit”, Queen Rania posted on Twitter.

And, for those unable to leave their beds for the session, the kind-hearted royal made one-on-one visits, chatting with the young patients and their parents.

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The royal only recently arrived back in Jordan, after visiting the UK to watch Crown Prince Hussein graduate from a prestigious military academy.

“You have given us countless reasons to be proud of the man you have become,” Queen Rania said on the day, in a touching tribute to her first-born.

It’s not hard to see why she’s sometimes nicknamed the Queen of Hearts…

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