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Her Majesty Queen Rania Just Re-Wore This Winter Dress Styled in a New Way

HM Queen Rania at the fourth ordinary parliamentary session in Amman. Photo: AFP via Getty Images

Royals, on multiple occasions, have proven that they can be just like us. The choice of repeating an outfit has often been made by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex, as well as Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan who was recently spotted in a dress that looked very familiar.

She attended the fourth ordinary session of the 18th Parliament in Amman in a purple-colored ribbed stretch-knit midi dress by Australian-born Ellery Conrad’s eponymous label. Featuring an A-line silhouette and bell sleeves, the dress was styled along with an embellished buckle woven belt by Etro. Complementing the color red in the belt, Her Majesty wore a red Givenchy handbag and suede pumps by Gianvito Rossi in the same color for a cohesive look. The dress was first worn by Queen Rania in September 2017 when she visited one of the exhibitions by the Jordan River Foundation. She had then paired the dress with a tan leather belt by Rag & Bone.

HM Queen Rania at an exhibition by Jordan River Foundation in 2017. Photo: Getty Images

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This is not the first time the royal has repurposed an ensemble. Earlier this year Her Majesty stepped out wearing an embellished Prada pencil skirt which she wore during a visit to the UK back in 2017. Her choice to re-wear the Prada skirt had come after she was spotted wearing affordable high-street label Zara on more than one occasion — once in Amman then two weeks later in Dubai.

Take a look at some of HM Queen Rania’s most elegant looks below.

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