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Princess Muna: Bringing Britain into the Royal Hashemite Court

by Brittani in Jordan 0

Princess Muna al-Hussein, born on 25 April 1941, was the second wife of King Hussein I of Jordan; she is the mother to Jordan’s current monarch, King Abdullah II. She was born as Antoinette “Toni” Avril Gardiner in Chelmondiston, Suffolk, England and raised as a Christian in the United Kingdom. Her parents were Walter and Doris Gardiner. She was educated at Bourne School, for a time, in Malaysia and was [read more]

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