[12:00] Queen Rania of Jordan is greeted by Tina Brown
Queen Rania (R) of Jordan is greeted by Tina Brown, founder of Women in the World, as she arrives at the "Women in the World" summit in London, Britain, October 8, 2015. Reuters/Peter Nicholls

Queen Rania of Jordan and Princess Beatrice turned heads with their sartorial style at the Women in the World Summit held in London on Thursday. Rania opted for a monochrome ensemble, while Beatrice stunned in a red dress for the summit.

The mother-of-four opted for a white ankle length skirt, which featured an asymmetric hemline. The stylish queen paired it with a black fitted top that featured long sleeves and feathered detailing for a touch of high fashion, Hello reported. She accessorised her look with a gold bracelet and long earrings.

The 45-year-old royal carried a silver clutch bag and wore black and silver pointed toe pumps. Rania’s make-up was kept simple with smoky eyes and a hint of brown lipstick. Her glossy brunette tresses were styled into curls and swept to one side.

Princess Beatrice attracted a lot of attention in a chic red dress as she joined guests including Rania and Erin O’Connor. Her fall look consisted of an eye catching red knit skater dress by American brand Milly. It featured ribbed detailing, three-quarter length sleeves and a round neckline.

The 27-year-old accessorised with a black waist-cinching belt, gold bracelet and watch. The highlight of her look was a personalised black tassel clutch bag with her name written in gold, Hello US reported. Beatrice finished off her look with black tights and ankle boots.

Her blonde tresses were left loose over her shoulders in a messy ‘do’, while she opted to wear a hint of lip gloss. The stylish royal recently turned heads with her effortlessly chic outfits during the New York Fashion Week.

Queen Rania was also appreciated for the cream ensemble she wore to Social Good Summit in New York on Sept. 27. The elegant royal turned heads in a fitted dress paired with a belt, colour block bag and nude heels, as she spoke at the summit. She was joined at the event by UN Goodwill ambassador Victoria Beckham.

The fashion designer was clearly impressed with Jordan’s beautiful queen, tweeting a photograph of the pair chatting with the caption: “Beautiful, inspiring mother, @QueenRania of Jordan. #globalgoals #UNGA #action2015 @UNAIDS.”

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