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Despite marrying into the once-royal family, she insists the pair are as normal as normal can be (although she has been known to sport a tiara now and again — see the above picture). I work, I go to the supermarket, I cook, I walk my dog," she told King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan met at a dinner party, and married six months later in 1993.Abdullah wasn't originally supposed to be king — it was a shock when his father, before his death, switched his designated successor from his brother to his firstborn son."That was obviously a defining moment in my life," the queen said in a 2016 interview with "On the one hand, we were coming to terms with the enormity of losing King Hussein; an inspirational leader and peacemaker.And at the same time, we were dealing with the enormous responsibility we had just been handed — effective immediately.And I wasn't expecting that at the age of 28." Despite her sudden ascension to the throne, Queen Rania spoke with about how she insisted on driving her own car, picking up her children from school and mixing with the people of Jordan.Their reign has still been anything but ordinary: King Abdullah has been known to sneak out in disguise to check on his kingdom, and Queen Rania has spearheaded several educational initiatives as well as her own You Tube channel.Since their 2012 wedding, the pair has kept a relatively low profile.The princess told French magazine Princess Mette-Marit was a single mother when the Crown Prince of Norway swept her off her feet.
The happy Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and announced that there will be a third little royal joining the family in 2018."When I was trying to impress Kate, I was trying to cook these amazing fancy dinners and what would happen was I would burn something, something would overspill, something would catch fire," Prince William said in an interview with following the engagement.The pair even split for a bit, but this royal couple was meant to be.The Duke and Duchess are doting parents to two children, Prince Alexander and Prince Gabriel.When most were leaving Greece at the height of economic crisis in 2015, Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark made the decision as a couple to move back — despite the fact his father, the former King Constantine II, had been deposed.