10. Imelda Marcos of Philippines
Imelda Marcos is the widow of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. She was the First Lady of Philippine from 1965 to 1986. Imelda is best known for her collection of some three thousand pairs of shoes. She loves to look elegant and has a quote on beauty; “It is not expensive to be beautiful. It takes only a little effort to be presentable and beautiful. Beauty is a discipline, beauty is art, it’s harmony, in the ideological sense and in the theological sense, beauty is God and love made real. And the ultimate reach in this world is beauty.”
9. Peng Liyuan of China
First lady of China, Peng Liyuan is a gorgeous woman and a powerful performer. She joined the military and as a soldier performed to boost the morale of other soldiers during conflicts. She is a masters degree holder and one of the most powerful women in the world according to Forbes. She is an internationally influential force in the fields of health, performing arts, and education. At age 52 she looks amazingly stunning with a sense of great style that has made her a global sensation.
8. Mehriban Aliyeva of Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan’s first lady, Mehriban Aliyeva, looks great and well-groomed for being the next president of the country. She is very popular for her wealth, influence, philanthropic activities and elegant style. The qualified medical doctor has questionable knowledge about the political and financial issues of Azerbaijan, but then, there is definitely no questions about her good looks, style and fashion-consciousness.
7. Ho Ching of Singapore
Ho Ching is the Chief Executive Officer of Temasek Holdings and wife of the current and second Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong. Ho first joined Temasek as Director in January 2002 and then became its Executive Director in May 2002. The great woman was listed as the 59th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, as of 2014.
6. Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned of Qatar
While some first ladies do not appear to be well-informed about the history and current status of their country, Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned, second wife of the former Emir of Qatar is very much involved in political issues and national activities. Her active involvement in the Qatar government earned her various titles, positions, and honors. She is a dazzling education dame who believes in the importance of education and democracy. Also, she is a fashion icon and global fashionista.
5. Queen Rania of Jordan
Also known as Queen of Social Media Advocacy, Queen Rania is busy changing the world with her social media pages, while other ladies are busy uploading selfies on different social media networks. She is an active Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube user, and is a dedicated advocate for education, community empowerment, cross-cultural dialogues, health, youth and micro-finance. Queen Rania has earned plenty of accolades within and outside Jordan for her exquisite fashion sense.
4. Asma al-Assad of Syria
Asma Al-Assad is more than just a pretty face. The British-Syrian first lady earned her diplomas in French Literature and Computer Science. She graced Elle and Huffington Post as one of the best dressed women in the world. She is an advocate of education of women’s rights. The all-natural beauty loves sunglasses, and her signature wavy-hair. She once suffered from criticism about her extravagant shopping, travel ban, and frozen assets, yet she remained loyal to her husband and to Syria.
3. Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan is also know as the Dragon Queen, although she looks more like an angel than a dragon. She is graceful, intelligent, warm, and beautiful inside and out. In her spare time, she plays basketball and does fine arts/painting. The gorgeous queen and daughter of an airline pilot is considered one of the most beautiful royals in Asia.
2. Rosmah Mansor of Malaysia
Rosmah Mansor, wife of the 6th Prime Minister of Malaysia, was born on 10 December 1951. She is the President of the Welfare Association of Minister’s Wives (BAKTI). She holds the position of Patron for Children in Hope Foundation, Malaysian Nature Society, Society of the Orthopedically Handicapped Malaysia, Malaysia Aids Council, National Heart Institute Foundation and many more.
1. Princess Haya bint Al Hussein of Dubai
Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein of Jordan, First Lady of Dubai, is the wife of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai. She studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University in the UK. The fabulous looking woman is an accomplished horse jockey, she represented Jordan in the 2000 Olympics and in the World Equestrian Games in showjumping.