Duchess Camilla and Queen Rania stun fans as they join forces at royal engagement

Duchess Camilla and Queen Rania have impressed fans as they team up for royal international tour

Duchess Camilla and Queen Rania
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Duchess Camilla and Queen Rania have stunned fans as they attend royal engagements during their royal tour of Jordan.


The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles are currently on their first royal tour overseas for the first time in two years.

After being greeted by the King and Queen of Jordan, the royal couple went on a variety of visits to significant areas of Jordan to see the work that has been done to help the local community prosper. 

Duchess Camilla and Queen Rania visited The Queen Rania Family and Child Center, which is run by the Jordan River Foundation. The foundation offers support for vulnerable children from Jordanian, Palestinian and Syrian backgrounds.

Both of the women looked stunning as Queen Rania opted for an all-white ensemble with gold accessories and her hair blown out into a curled style.

Camilla wore a blue patterned button-down dress which she paired with neutral nude court heels and delicate jewelry.

Clarence House posted an image of the two royal ladies at the event and explained a little bit more about the work this center does to help women and children.  

"The center provides holistic services that aim to combat child abuse and strengthen families across the country."

"Her Royal Highness joined @QueenRania for a tour of the center, where teenage girls were taking part in a life skills workshop on building self-esteem and assertiveness," said the post.

During this trip, Camilla and Charles also visited the baptism site of Jesus Christ, which is a religious place that has significance to three monotheistic religions, and where interfaith relations can be celebrated. 

At this site, Prince Charles made a sweet gesture that suggested Lilibet’s christening could be imminent as he collected holy water from this baptism site. Fans think this water could be saved for the christening of Prince Charles' youngest granddaughter or to bless the Queen who is suffering from a sprained back.