We’re wishing many happy returns to these royal offspring.
This must be a busy time of year in the Jordanian royal household. After Her Highness Queen Rania Al-Abdullah turned 47 on August 31, her daughters have both celebrated birthdays this week.
Princess Salma turned 17 on September 26, and the very next day, elder sister Princess Iman turned 21.
Their mum shared a gorgeous family photo of the girls with their parents, captioning the snap: “Happy birthday to both of my dear girls, Iman and Salma!”
Queen Rania included the tags #Love and #Family in her shot, and both of those are clear to see. It’s very sweet picture.
The princesses have two brothers, 23-year-old Crown Prince Hussein, and 12-year-old Prince Hashem. The Crown Prince has already had our attention in the last week, as he gave a moving and urgent address at 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly on Thursday. Prince Hussein used his time to call for worldwide action on the Syrian refugee crisis.
In fact, Prince Hussein shared a different photo of his sisters, wishing them a “double-happy birthday.”
That’s what we love about these guys – as well as speaking up for humanitarian causes and social issues, they’re also just a loving family.
We’ll leave you with one more photo of the family, this one featuring dad, King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein, and all four kids. Looking sharp, friends.
Images: Queen Rania/Instagram