Queen Rania of Jordan is one of the most fascinating and beautiful women on the planet and also is a mother who works hard. Besides solving targeting his country queen walking his four children by car and cook the most tasty chocolate chip cookies!
Originally from Kuwait and from a Palestinian family midsize Rania of Yassin was busy making a solid career, when I saw Prince Abdullah of Jordan. Five months later, only 22 years old, Rania was married Prince and together they founded a wonderful family. In 1999, King Hussein of Jordan called him his son, heir to the throne Prince Abdullah. At 28 years old, Rania became the youngest queen in the world. When not busy caring for his family, the beautiful queen of Jordan is a modern royalty, which is dedicated to achieving the right to education for girls worldwide.
Queen Rania of Jordan said he did not consider a royalty completely. "80% of the time I spend it like any other mother: I worry for my husband and children, I wonder if it's good. The rest time between calculated and responsibility to be the queen. " The day begins for her like any other mother. He is preparing children for school. "Is the usual chaos of the morning, when I make sure that children are ready for school, they had breakfast. "
Queen Rania says she has mixed feelings about the situation that the eldest son of his father will be the successor to the throne of Jordan. "Mother of me wants him to have a normal life and be able to experience things like any teenager, to make friends and not be subjected to such pressures. " Despite his son's royal status, Queen Rania says she works hard to ensure that children have some modest.
Queen Rania says she wants most as a son to understand that the most important thing is to be loved by others "The popularity is when you have everything. But being liked by others only if you treat people with respect and show them kindness. "
Although wearing a royal title and lives in a palace, Queen Rania of Jordan does not take everything as it comes. "There is no day that does not worry me. Besides that I need to take care of my family are still six million people in my country to be thinking at all issues concerning our country and everything we are concerned. "
To communicate with his people, and even the world, the queen uses her blog, Facebook account and YouTube channel, and Twitter has more than one million users that follow. "My virtual self can get closer to some people than I can get physical. "
To teach people to be tolerant, Queen Rania wrote a children's book, "Instead of sandwiches " (“The Sandwich Swap”). It is a simple story of childhood, but in adults, both in the West and the East have learned. "If we look into each other's eyes, if we continue to go back each other back, then we are never face to face. "
But after age 40, Queen Rania says she has the soul of a child.
“Wrinkles me occurred when I was not careful! Now go through the shops, and one clerk asks me if I want to try a wrinkle cream. I always say that actually wanted to talk to someone else.“
However, Queen Rania says she is willing to adjust to aging. "We are programmed to believe that time is our enemy, take some of us with his passing and makes us less worthy. We found that had the opposite effect on me. Life is perfect harmony. Only our perception of them is wrong. "