In the world of royalty, two figures stand out: Letizia of Spain and Rania of Jordan. Both women share a striking similarity: they are determined to defy the passage of time.
Many of Rania and Letizia’s detractors have accused them of abusing plastic surgery procedures on their faces. So much so, that many think they have passed through the same hands of an expert surgeon.
Queen Rania’s plastic surgery
Rania of Jordan, famous for her elegance and poise, has always attracted attention for her ever-changing appearance.
It is no secret that the Hashemite queen has shown a penchant for surgical procedures and various treatments, with remarkable changes.
If one compares her appearance since her wedding day with recent photographs, an astonishing metamorphosis is apparent. Rania has become the queen of transformation.
Queen Rania’s Botox
Apparently, Queen Rania is a fan of Botox, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin infiltrations as she has an eagerness to fight the signs of aging and have much smoother and glowing skin at the age of 52.
Although her choice of treatments for her age is the right ones, she has sometimes fallen into the error of excess.
Queen Rania’s nose job
So far it is only known that Rania has undergone surgery in the past. The Queen of Jordan underwent rhinoplasty on the nasal bridge. This operation, she underwent in 1991, a year before she married King Abdullah II of Jordan.
For her part, Queen Letizia of Spain has been the subject of rumors about her physical appearance. Although she has never publicly confirmed whether she has undergone any type of cosmetic surgery, some experts suggest that she has undergone some surgery or another.
Letizia is accused of resorting to the same procedures as Rania of Jordan:
- Botox to remove forehead and eye wrinkles.
- Eyebrow tail lifts to lift the look.
- Hyaluronic acid in cheekbones and dark circles.
- Lipolifting of dark circles under the eyes.
- Lip contouring to make lips fuller.
Queen Letizia’s nose job
Like Rania of Jordan, the wife of King Felipe VI underwent a rhinoplasty in 2008 to correct a breathing problem in her nasal septum.
However, in Letizia’s case, she has not achieved her figure by magic, since she also combines a diet plan with a rigorous exercise routine and the results are more than evident.
It is said that Letizia of Spain “trains a lot and takes great care of her diet”. The monarch is said to have had a climbing wall built at the Zarzuela Palace as she is a fan of climbing.