Jordan's Queen Rania and Princess Iman toured the historic district of Amman over the weekend and met with members of Out and About, a group that helps promote cultural tourism.

The stylish 44-year-old royal and her 18-year-old daughter visited the popular Rainbow Street during the teen's summer vacation from Georgetown University. The Queen, who boasts of several active social media accounts, shared a photo of her and her daughter visiting a cafe.

مع إيمان في أحد المقاهي في شارع الرينبو أمس #الأردن #حب_الأردن With Iman at a cafe on Rainbow Street yesterday #PhotoOfTheDay #Daughter #Love #LoveJO

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According to PEOPLE, the royal mother-daughter duo also visited a tea shop and headed to one of the city's oldest falafel eateries.

The fashion-forward royals met with Out and About, which runs activities for Jordanians and visitors from abroad. Mother of four, Rania, wore a cream-coloured turtleneck, cropped cigarette pans and suede pumps, Us Magazine reported. Meanwhile, the young princesses chose a white T-shirt, light-coloured jeans and a pair of trainers.

Out and About is a group of young people not only organise a cultural tourism programme called Mashaweer, they also run a book club, an adventure group and the Circles Program to raise awareness through seminars and workshops, PEOPLE reported.

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"So many hidden jewels in Amman, all you need to do is walk down Rainbow Street to discover wonderful experiences, old and new!" Queen Rania captioned a photo of her and the group on Instagram. "Thank you for taking Iman and me on this walk yesterday evening."