Jordan's King Abdullah, Queen Rania show the world how they break their fast
- Queen Rania met then-Prince of Jordan, Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, at a dinner party in 1992
- The couple announced their engagement six months later, before tying the knot on 10 June 1993
- The Jordanian royal family is much loved all over the world and given their social media following, it doesn't come as a surprise
- They recently gave us a glimpse into their daily life during Ramadan
Jordan's royal family are very loved, not just in Jordan but all over the world. This Ramadan, the royals have now given us a glimpse into their daily life and showed viewers just how they broke their fast. And it was surprisingly pretty down to earth.
Just like any regular family in the Middle East, the Jordanian royal family sat together around a table and broke their fast together while Queen Rania served King Abdullah.
You can hear the faint call to prayer in the video and see King Abdullah II of Jordan breaking his fast with water and dates. But being royalty doesn't mean you skip out on your chores. We saw the royal princes and princesses Hussein, Hashem, Iman and Salma help out with the laying of the dishes.
In this day and age of social media and technology, it's nice to see the Jordanian royal family sit together and enjoy some valuable family time.