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.
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.
مشروع خارج أسوار المتحف فكرة رائعة هدفها إيصال تجربة التعلم الممتعة للأطفال الذين لا يمكنهم زيارة المتحف بأنفسهم- كل الشكر لمتحف الأطفال. من زيارتي اليوم لمستشفى الملكة رانيا العبدلله للأطفال #تعليم #الأردن #حب الأردن Thanks to the Children’s Museum’s Beyond Museum Walls project for bringing its hands-on learning activities to hospitalized children and others who cannot visit the Museum. From my visit today to the Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital for Children #Education #Jordan #LoveJO
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.
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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