AMP™, | Queen Rania of Jordan was reported as dead earlier this week, causing concern among fans across the world. However, the December 2017 news has now been confirmed as a complete hoax and just the latest in a string of fake celebrity death reports.
AMP™, | Queen Rania of Jordan, 47, has been dubbed “the Sexiest Monarch Alive” by Glamour's magazine in its January 2018 issue out this week. For the second year in a row, our gorgeous hottie beat out some other equally hot women for the number one spot!
AMP™, | Queen Rania of Jordan has reportedly become the latest celebrity to fall victim to apparent leaked nude photos scandal. Highly personal and private photographs from her mobile phone were posted on several celebrity gossip websites yesterday.
AMP™, | Reports from the Daily News yesterday (December 16, 2017), suggest the 47-year-old monarch has secretly got hitched to her long-term relationship. Sorry guys, Queen Rania of Jordan seems to be off the market.
AMP™, | On Friday morning the Sun-Times reported the 47-year-old monarch Queen Rania of Jordan and her boyfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings. Naturally, the article sent the Facebook and Twitter into a frenzy.
AMP™, | It's been a rough year for the monarch, but at least she has her millions of dollars to ease the pain. 47-year-old Queen Rania of Jordan has taken the No. 1 spot on People With Money’s highest-paid celebrity list for 2017.
AMP™, | Speculation is rampant that Queen Rania of Jordan is expecting a baby after she was spotted with a prominent stomach bulge on Saturday evening, during romantic dinner date. Is the 47-year-old monarch about to be a mom to a little boy or girl?
AMP™, | Queen Rania of Jordan’s adored labrador retriever "Spinee" has undergone a risky surgery on Friday and is luckily beginning the slow process of recovery. The 47-year-old monarch has received waves and waves and support for Spinee, as she offered her Twitter followers an update on pooch’s status regularly.
AMP™, | According to a well-informed source, Queen Rania of Jordan is leading the race to become Time magazine's Person of the Year in 2018. But while the monarch's fans are thrilled with the news, many people hold a very different opinion.