Jordanian Royal Family Celebrate Independence Day

  May 26, 2011 at 10:06 am by

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Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah along with members of the royal family attended a ceremony hosted by the Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit celebrating the Kingdom’s 65th Independence Day.

On the arrival of Their Majesties to the Culture Palace in Al Hussein Youth City in central Amman, they were welcomed by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein Bin Abdullah, Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit. King Abdullah presented medals to several Jordanians for recognition of their efforts and contributions in their fields as well as to watching a film on the Kingdom’s achievements over the last decade. The ceremony was attend by a number of the Jordanian Royal Family members, Arab & foreign ambassadors to Jordan as well as a number of ministers.

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4 Responses to Jordanian Royal Family Celebrate Independence Day

  1. Jay Remer says:

    Congratulations on this glorious day of celebration!

  2. Mavis Fraser says:

    Queen Rania is a hard working queen, an asset and an inspiration to her country I do hope that she is appriciated.

    Congratulations to the King and the people of Jordon.

  3. Diana Lucia Zotescu says:

    Congratulations to H.M. King Abdullah and H.M. Queen Rania for Their wise democratic style in ruling Jordan. I have very special feelings for Them mainly because our beloved Royal Couple, Crown Princess Margaret and Prince Radu of Romania had such a lovely honeymoon in Jordan, as gusts of the Jordanian Royal Couple. I wish them all long life in eternal bliss.
    Diana Lucia Zotescu

  4. Congratulation. To the King & Queen may you enjoy each other and live together in harmony. Thank you for sharing your photos. I pray that God richly bless you and each nation represented here.

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