The Jordanian royal is on an official visit to the European nation with King Abdullah II.

We’re going to end up making a pricey online purchase today, we just know it.

Why, you ask? Because HM Queen Rania al Abdullah’s tour wardrobe is just too good to not copy.

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The Jordanian royal is currently in the Netherlands with her husband, King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, for a two-day official visit.

The couple were greeted by the European nation’s King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, and Queen Rania’s arrival outfit has us wondering if it’s too warm to don something similar in Dubai.

 

With Dutch temperatures currently sitting around a chilly 7 degrees Celsius, Queen Rania wrapped up in a pale blue full-length Ferragamo coat.

With Sixties-inspired detailing and artful pleating, it’s a number that we’d consider sweltering in Dubai’s 28 degrees Celsius for.

Queen Maxima also looked regal in a caramel-hued cape, as the party toured the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague.

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Following the trip to the art museum, the royals headed back to the palace for a glitzy gala dinner.

Her Majesty changed into an after-dark ensemble for the occasion, sporting an embroidered floor-sweeper swirling with bucolic touches.

The gown was actually a traditional Jordanian dress crafted by women from her home nation’s Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society, the royal revealed to her 4.2 million Instagram followers.

Queen Maxima also dressed to impress in a delicately ruffled gown, which turned heads with its sunny yellow hue.

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The royals were also joined by Prince Constantijn, Princess Margriet and Princess Beatrix for the evening.

The trip, which is designed to strengthen ties between Jordan and the Netherlands, will also see King Abdullah hold talks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.

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On the second day of the visit, Queen Rania and Queen Maxima visited the Mondriaan Regional Training Centre in The Hague, which offers a broad range of vocational education courses.

For the outing, Her Majesty donned a tonal affair of Alexander McQueen cream culottes, a grey turtleneck and taupe blazer, the latter two of which came courtesy of Ferragamo.

The earrings are by Ralph Masri, which coincidently is a jewellery brand available at Harvey Nichols-Dubai.

Right, we’re off to buy all of Ferragamo’s outerwear, it seems…

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