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King Abdullah II takes youngest son to watch World Rally Championship

04/28/2008 at 09:50 AM ET

KingabdullahKing Abdullah II of Jordan, 46, took his youngest son, Prince Hashem, 3, to watch the World Rally Championships, which are taking place in Jordan for the first time ever.  King Abdullah spent the day explaining to Prince Hashem, who recently got back from a vacation with his mom, Queen Rania, 37, all about the logistics of the sport.

Together the King and Queen also have son Prince Hussein, 14, and daughters Princess Iman, 12, and Princess Salma, 7 ½.

Source: Hola!

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elizabeth on

No pics of Queen Rania? She has got to be one of the most breathtaking women in the world. She is drop-dead gorgeous.

Blackrose on

I love them soo much!! just this February was Prince Hashems birthday in the Children’s Museum! where i met all of them the royal family the King the Queen and their four kids!(coz i work in the museum) they r just so down to earth! and yes Queen Rania is drop-dead gorgeous!God bless them! i wounder if u have any pics of that day! thanx

Manda on

His wife IS gorgeous I agree. And his son is adorable!!

Bethany on

prince hashem is 3 already?!?!?! it seems like only yesterday that he was born!


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