Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

Queen Noor of Jordan (Arabic: الملكة نور‎‎) widow of King Hussein of Jordan. She is also known as Noor Al-Hussein or "Light of Hussein." Born Lisa Najeeb Halaby in Washington, D.C.. Always lovely, always charming.

For the dignity Queen Noor displayed after her husband's death, she finally became much beloved by the Jordanian people. Here she is with her successor, Queen Rania.

For the dignity Queen Noor displayed after her husband's death, she finally became much beloved by the Jordanian people. Here she is with her successor, Queen Rania.

Elizabeth Najeeb Halaby (b. 1951). She is a daughter of Najeeb Halaby and his 1st wife, Doris Carlquist. She was Queen Noor of Jordan (1978-1999) as the wife of King Hussein. Her children are The Princes Hamzah and Hashim, and The Princesses Iman and Raiyah.

Elizabeth Najeeb Halaby (b. 1951). She is a daughter of Najeeb Halaby and his 1st wife, Doris Carlquist. She was Queen Noor of Jordan (1978-1999) as the wife of King Hussein. Her children are The Princes Hamzah and Hashim, and The Princesses Iman and Raiyah.

Jordan's King Hussein and Queen Noor on their wedding day. The daughter of an Arab American father, Lisa Halaby became the king's fourth and last wife in 1978. They met while he was mourning the recent death of his third wife, and the couple married the following year.

Jordan's King Hussein and Queen Noor on their wedding day. The daughter of an Arab American father, Lisa Halaby became the king's fourth and last wife in 1978. They met while he was mourning the recent death of his third wife, and the couple married the following year.

Queen Noor, Dowager Queen of Jordan. An advocate for US-Middle Eastern relations and peace, a humanitarian, and a brilliant woman.

Queen Noor, Dowager Queen of Jordan. An advocate for US-Middle Eastern relations and peace, a humanitarian, and a brilliant woman.

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