The week's best royal style: Princess Victoria, Queen Rania, Queen Maxima and more

Queen Rania of Jordan celebrated the 69th Independence Day in Amman wearing a red-and-white ensemble that oozed elegance. With King Abdullah and Crown Prince Hussein by her side, the royal pulled out all the stops in a traditional white blouse with billowing sleeves paired with a stunning red maxi skirt with black embroidered detailing and pleats.

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Her accessories were equally striking as she opted for a wide black belt with bow detailing, carrying her essentials in a chic black clutch.


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Queen Rania of Jordan.

Meanwhile, the European royals also made an impression with their dazzling ensembles. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was on fashionable form in Canada as she and King Willem-Alexander enjoyed a concert of the Holland Baroque at the Museum of History. The mother-of-three wowed in a dazzling red floor-length gown, accessorising with a sparkling necklace and earrings. Her blonde hair was worn slicked back for extra evening glamour.

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Over in England, the Queenmade the most of the rare sunshine as she headed to a garden party held at Buckingham Palace. The stylish monarch chose a colourful fuchsia coat and hat for the event, where she mingled with guests including Princess Anne and Princess Beatrice. She completed the look with a pair of white gloves and wore black loafers, carrying all of her essentials in a black patent handbag.


Elsewhere in the world, Queen Letizia of Spainchannelled spring chic for a visit to El Salvador. The mother-of-two wore a pastel-coloured shift dress with a floral print as she arrived at the Presidential Palace to meet President Salvador Sánchez Cerén. She accessorised with a nude clutch bag and matching peep-toe heels, and wore her hair up in a sleek updo.

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