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Old 01-30-2020, 09:00 AM
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Norwegian State Visit to Jordan: March 2-4, 2020

King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway have accepted the invitation from King Abdullah II to pay a state visit to Jordan in 2020. The visit is planned for 2-4 March.

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Old 01-30-2020, 09:04 AM
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No gala reception? It seems like not...
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Old 01-30-2020, 09:28 AM
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No gala reception? It seems like not...
As The King and Queen of Norway will host a ”return event” there will definitely be a reception hosted by the King and Queen of Jordan before that.
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Old 03-01-2020, 06:08 PM
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King Harald and Queen Sonja are already in Jordan and tonight they have dinner at the Norwegian Ambassador's Residence in Amman

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9NAuNeJmQt/

And the official visit start today 2 March as King Abdullah with Queen Rania receive King Harlad and Queen Sonja

https://instagram.fath3-4.fna.fbcdn....1feee9b903b989
https://instagram.fath3-3.fna.fbcdn....b62e4be97f27ed

Later they attend the opening session of “Discovering Future Partnerships: Jordan-Norway Business Forum 2020”

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...LM&__tn__=HH-R

And the banquet dinner the night

https://instagram.fath3-4.fna.fbcdn....b0&oe=5E958112
https://scontent.fath3-3.fna.fbcdn.n...b2&oe=5E8754AB
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Old 03-02-2020, 07:21 AM
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Here are some photos of day 1 today:



** Pic ** belga gallery ** rex gallery 1 ** rex gallery 2 **


** kongehuset: Statsbesøk til Jordan **


** dm article: A royal welcome! Queen Sonja of Norway wows in white as she and King Harald join Queen Rania and King Abdullah..**
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Old 03-02-2020, 04:35 PM
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Photos from the dinner banquet:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9Pw0VgB...d=ykph5kudymta
https://www.instagram.com/p/B9PwDoiK...=1k444kh1znrfu
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No tiaras in Jordan for a State Visit?
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I find Prince Hussein way of dressing very lovely, he looks cute
Pitty indeed no tiaras
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Old 03-02-2020, 07:09 PM
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It's a weird combination all around. The queens in long dresses, the kings in business suits and the crown prince in traditional dress.
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I believe under King Abdullah Jordan doesn't do State Banquets in white tie, with grand jewels. What we saw is "standard", let us say.
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Old 03-03-2020, 03:25 AM
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I like the emerald suite of Queen Sonja. I read somewhere it was a gift from a royal in the Middle East. It was first used in 2002.
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It disturbs me a bit that the Crown Prince dresses alike an Arab Sheikh. Jordan is the Middle East, not a country on the Arabic peninsula. Jordan has, alike Turkey, Lebanon and Israel, always tried to be a Western oriented country. I hope the Crown Prince does not model himself to his Saudi colleague. I really does not understand this Arab appearance. Is the Crown Prince sending a message?
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It disturbs me a bit that the Crown Prince dresses alike an Arab Sheikh. Jordan is the Middle East, not a country on the Arabic peninsula. Jordan has, alike Turkey, Lebanon and Israel, always tried to be a Western oriented country. I hope the Crown Prince does not model himself to his Saudi colleague. I really does not understand this Arab appearance. Is the Crown Prince sending a message?
What Crown Prince Hussein is wearing is a typical Jordanian national costume that it's not uncommon to see Jordanian men wear on special occasions. I like that he decided to wear it to show of the heritage of his country.
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What Crown Prince Hussein is wearing is a typical Jordanian national costume that it's not uncommon to see Jordanian men wear on special occasions. I like that he decided to wear it to show of the heritage of his country.
The traditional Jordan clothing usually has a white thobe (King Abdullah usually wears a suit) and a red keffiyeh as striking feature (which King Abdullah also wears in combination with a suit).

That keffiyeh is so widely known, it has become a sort of Jordan icon:


The Crown Prince however was optically dressed in Saudi style, for a Norwegian visit.
Usually we see him dressed like this:

Hussein

The two brothers

The King inspects his guard

The King welcomes the Emir of Qatar

The Crown Prince yesterday

I thought it was a remarkable choice of someone who uses to dress Western, to not even use the traditional Jordanian keffiyeh but go straight for an attire fit for a Saudi royal palace.
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The second day of the Norwegian Royals in Jordan today


https://www.belgaimage.be/#/gallery/6880444
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The traditional Jordan clothing usually has a white thobe (King Abdullah usually wears a suit) and a red keffiyeh as striking feature (which King Abdullah also wears in combination with a suit).


I thought it was a remarkable choice of someone who uses to dress Western, to not even use the traditional Jordanian keffiyeh but go straight for an attire fit for a Saudi royal palace.
King Abdullah
https://whaj24.com/wp-content/upload...4-2w7c275f.jpg

King Hussein
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pr...s6K8xIfTnfZIgl

from Wikipedia:

A bisht or mishlaḥ is a traditional men’s cloak popular in the Arab world... It is a status garment, associated with royalty, religious position, wealth, and ceremonial occasions. A bisht is usually worn for prestige on special occasions...

Jordan, officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, is an Arab country in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River.
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The Jordanian and the Norwegian Palace have shared some more photos of day 2 today:


** Pic 1 ** Pic 2 ** Pic 3 ** Pic 4 **


** kongehuset: Integrering og dialog **
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It disturbs me a bit that the Crown Prince dresses alike an Arab Sheikh. Jordan is the Middle East, not a country on the Arabic peninsula. Jordan has, alike Turkey, Lebanon and Israel, always tried to be a Western oriented country. I hope the Crown Prince does not model himself to his Saudi colleague. I really does not understand this Arab appearance. Is the Crown Prince sending a message?

Is the Crown Prince more of a traditionalist than his father ? Is he also a more devout Muslim ?
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Is the Crown Prince more of a traditionalist than his father ? Is he also a more devout Muslim ?
That is what confused me when I saw his very traditional attire because so far he has a quite Western profile, like his parents. That he took this for the Norwegians is pretty surprising.

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King Abdullah
https://whaj24.com/wp-content/upload...4-2w7c275f.jpg

King Hussein
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pr...s6K8xIfTnfZIgl

from Wikipedia:

A bisht or mishlaḥ is a traditional men’s cloak popular in the Arab world... It is a status garment, associated with royalty, religious position, wealth, and ceremonial occasions. A bisht is usually worn for prestige on special occasions...

Jordan, officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, is an Arab country in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River.
Have you puctures of these actually used in an event? To me it looks like posed portrait pictures for use on billboards along highways.
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The Crown Prince might be emulating his Uncle, Prince Hashim, a bit. Hashim has worn the black flowing robes and head dress for many years now.

https://www.shutterstock.com/editori...-2018-9930963v

https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/n...?adppopup=true

https://www.mei.edu/publications/pol...centrist-party
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