Queen Rania of Jordan net worth: The Middle East monarch has eye-watering fortune


Rania Al-Abdullah joined the Royal Family and became the Queen of Jordan when she married the King of Jordan in 1993. But what is her net worth?

In 1991, however, she and her family moved to Jordan due to the Gulf War, where a couple of years later she would meet the then-Prince Abdullah.

Before joining the Royal Family, Rania had a few jobs including a role at Citibank and a position in the marketing department at Apple.

In 1993, she met Prince Abdullah bin Al-Hussein and the couple married that same year.

They now have four children together.


The beautiful royal is highly committed to helping others as her main royal duty.

Queen Rania focuses on health and education related initiatives.

She has also helped universities in Jordan to provide scholarships to students.

The monarch also received the recognition of UNICEF for her commitment to education and youth development in the Middle East country.

Most of her fortune is attributed to her role in the Royal Family of Jordan, which has an estimated net worth of £558million.

King Abdullah has a property empire worth £74million, according to the Guardian.

It includes luxury homes in Malibu, California, Washington DC and central London.

Abdullah has been King in Jordan since the death of his father, Hussein, in 1999.

Former King Hussain was known for his public displays of wealth, dozens of sports cars and luxurious properties.

The British royals, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, are currently visiting the Middle East where they met Queen Rania.

The couple are visiting Jordan as part of their royal tour outside of Europe since coronavirus restrictions were lifted.

Prince Charles and Camilla landed at Queen Alisa International Airport in Amman, Jordan, and were welcomed by the Royal Jordanian Guard, before meeting the King and Queen of Jordan.


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