Abdullah II of Jordan Net Worth

Net Worth:$750 Million
Date of Birth: January 30, 1962 (62 years old)

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What is Abdullah II of Jordan’s Net Worth?

Abdullah II of Jordan is the King of Jordan who has a net worth of $750 million. He became the king of Jordan after the demise of King Hussein his father in February 1999.

King Abdullah I, Abdullah’s great grandfather was the founder of what is now known as modern Jordan. When Abdullah IIĀ  ascended the throne he transformed the economy positively and did lots of constitutional ameliorations and reinventions to grant liberty to his people.


On 30 January 1962, Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein was born in Amman, Jordan. His father was King Hussein. Abdullah is from the Hashemites lineage, they have ruled Mecca for over seven- hundred years, and have also ruled Jordan for hundred years. His lineage is also the oldest lineage that has been in power in Muslim history.

Abdullah comes from a large family. He has ten siblings who are all princes and princesses. Being the oldest among King Hussein’s sons he was the rightful heir apparent and successor to ascend the throne after the King’s demise.

For his education, he attended the Islamic Educational College in Amman, he later attended Edmund’s School in England. In a bid to gain more knowledge and educational qualification, he attended Eaglebrook School and Deerfield Academy in the United States. In 1987, he attended Edmund A. Walsh school of foreign service at Georgetown University.

Military Career

Abdulla first started his military career in 1980 at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Later, in the British Army, he served as the second lieutenant.

At first, he served as the first lieutenant and later became a platoon commander and an assistant commander.

In 1989, he returned to the military and served as an assistant in command of the 17th Royal Tank Battalion. Abdullah became the commander of the Jordan Special Forces as a brigadier general in 1994.

King of Jordan

After the demise of King Hussein in February 1999, Abdullah ascended the throne. Abdullah has a larger number of parliamentarians different from the conventional number of parliamentarians in the monarchy system.

Abdullah being the King of Jordan makes him the number one man in Jordan. As of this writing, Abdullah is both the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Jordan and the head of state.

In his regime as the head of state, he has positively impacted and made many notable changes in the Jordanian economy. In 2008, during the Great Recession, Abdullah experienced challenges in combating the disaster.

Abdullah has garnered lots of acknowledgment from his people for his rapt response to their problems and his benevolence. In the Jordanian government, he actually made some changes in laws guiding and governing national elections and liberties.

Abdullah has also garnered lots of recognition, attention, and popularity both in Jordan and globally for the extraordinary changes he has brought in Jordan and also for maintaining peace and order among his subjects.

It is believed, that Abdullah is one of the Kings in Jordan that has magnanimously and tremendously made a significant impact in Jordan, according to Jordanian history.


Abdullah has received lots of awards from different organizations and honorary doctorate degrees from different institutions such as Georgetown University, Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, the University of Jordan, and the University of Oxford.

He has been honored and has also received the Franklin Delano Roosevelt International Disability Award, Templeton Prize, a prize he won for greatly promoting interfaith dialogue, Golden Shield Award, and the Peacemaker Award.

Personal Life

Abdullah got married in 1993, to Rania Al-Yassin, who works at Apple in Amman. Their union is blessed with four children both boys and girls.

Abdullah wrote an autobiography titled “Our Last Best Chance: The Pursuit of Peace in a Time of Peril,” in 2010.

Real Estate

Abdullah possesses a global network of real estate properties that are approximately over $100 million. In the Pandora Papers 2021, They were some discoveries of Abdullah’s hidden properties that were disguised through offshore companies on the British Virgin Islands. It was discovered that Abdullah owns properties in London, Ascot, and Washington, DC., and also has three oceanfront estates in Malibu, California.

In reaction to this, his advocates bluntly oppose the charges stating that Abdullah actually acquired the properties through his personal money and has not misappropriated or embezzled the public funds.

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