Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan always delivers in the style stakes, but her latest look may prove she is the most stylish royal ever.

The wife of King Abdullah II stepped out in Lisbon, Portugal on Wednesday to deliver a keynote speech at the 2022 Web Summit.

Ensuring she looked en pointe, Queen Rania turned heads in an edgy ensemble wearing a cropped metallic tweed jacket by Alessandra Rich paired with Bottega Veneta trousers and a handbag.

But seriously a queen wearing a cropped jacket? Truly iconic.


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A powerful speech

Not only did Her Majesty step out in a powerful outfit, but she also had a powerful message to share at the summit where she delivered a speech about “Battling built-in biasses”.

Queen Rania’s speech touched on the problems of relying too much on technology.

“The real progress we need is not better machines but for all of us to be better humans,” she said, adding society had become “hooked” to their mobile phones and other technology devices.

She cited the Digital Global Overview Report from 2022 which outlined the average time spent online has increased by four minutes each day. This equates to one day per person, per year.


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“I am concerned that we’re undervaluing the most precious currency of all — our time,” she added. “I am concerned that, even as virtual reality improves by the day, we’re neglecting the needs of our actual reality. And our mental health is suffering, too.”

Per the Jordan News Agency, Her Majesty also highlighted the world’s response to the Ukraine refugee crisis showcasing what can be achieved through joint efforts, but she also spotlighted the “difference in generosity, tone, and urgency” for refugees from countries including Syria, South Sudan and Myanmar. that extended to refugees from countries such as Syria, South Sudan, and Myanmar.

“It’s hard not to wonder if skin colour and religion affect the global community’s humanitarian instincts and whether the impulse is to lend a helping hand or look away,” she questioned. “Addressing that prejudice isn’t an algorithm’s job. It’s up to us.”

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