Other royals in attendance included Sophie, Countess of Wessex and likewise Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. But it was Queen Rania’s colour-popping gown that caught royal followers’ consideration.

The Roksanda Oakes gown is a “sleeveless colour blocked dress” that “features a high round neck, darting at the bust and a full A-line skirt” in line with its description.

Unfortunately, this gown is now not in inventory, so it’s unclear how a lot it value on the time of buy for Queen Rania of Jordan.

She paired the gown with a navy blue cardigan and he or she additionally carried a Fendi “Peekaboo Selleria Mini Bag” for the necessary event.

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This bag sells for a whopping £3,400. It is described as a “small iconic Peekaboo bag, made of white Cuoio Romano leather and embellished with hand stitching and the classic twist lock on both sides”.

The description continued: “Featuring a tone-on-tone Cuoio Romano leather lining with two compartments separated by a stiff partition, an inner zip pocket and gold-finish metalware.

“The bag might be carried by hand or worn both on the shoulder or cross-body due to the deal with and adjustable, removable shoulder strap.”

Finally, for footwear, Queen Rania wore her Jennifer Chamandi “Bespoke Lorenzo 105 Navy Suede and Elaphe Pumps”, which sell for £580.

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Their description reads: “Where all of it started. The iconic Lorenzo pump combines timeless class with Jennifer Chamandi’s patented ‘Eye of the Needle’ heel signature.

“Flawless Black Nappa Mesh is handcrafted by Italian artisans into a comfortable and supremely balanced pump with a 105mm heel—the perfect height for practical sophistication from day to night.

“The Lorenzo might be worn two methods: with or with out a high quality leather-based strap threaded by the Eye of the Needle and buckled throughout the foot, making certain you get most mileage out of your lovely new sneakers.

“The strap is removable for versatility, offering both a more classic and more trend-forward look.”

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However, Queen Rania isn’t the one royal to have worn the sleeveless Roksanda Oakes gown. Princess Beatrice wore it again in 2016.

The occasion was a backyard social gathering at Buckingham Palace for “The Not Forgotten Association”, the place she accompanied her father Prince Andrew and youthful sister Princess Eugenie.

Princess Beatrice lined her arms in a brief bolero jacket in an identical shade of navy and carried an Edie Parker clutch bag.

Helen Canning, a stylist and founding father of Coco Mama Style, mentioned of Princess Beatrice’s model on the time: “The sizing isn’t great with its snug fit on the arms and the boxy shape adds bulk to her frame.

“If it’s higher arm protection she’s after, a gown with sleeves can be a great choice to maintain the highest half fuss-free and a nipped-in waist to spotlight one among her finest options,” she told Femail.

However, royal fans appeared to love Queen Rania’s style on Tuesday and took to Instagram to praise the Queen Consort’s style.

For instance, @luxmeagainpreloved said: “This is an ideal gown for the event – darkish however with pops of color. The Fendi bag and the sneakers are the proper final touch.”

In addition, @ellainthecityboston simply wrote: “Fabulous!” Another royal watcher, @ale_campos_gua added: “Daring gown!”