Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan is a handsome young man now. He just graduated from Georgetown University in Washington DC. His mother the glamorous Queen Rania took to her social media and shared a picture from her son’s graduation ceremony with her fan. The 21-year-old Hussein was flanked by his mom and dad King Abdullah II on both sides.

The Instagram picture shows the youngster wearing his black and yellow graduation robe. Hussein also wears a black cap and a shirt and tie underneath the robe. The prince, who is first-in-line to the Jordanian throne, smiles for the camera and shows off his thick beard.

His dad looks sharp in a blue suit paired with a crisp white shirt and red tie. Hussein’s mom is stylish as ever in a white blouse with colorful embroidery. Her dress features long sleeves and a tie-like detailing on the neck. Her long brunette tresses were left loose over her shoulders in curls.

“A very special day when your first born is graduating from university! What a wonderful journey you have taken us on, Hussein. #Graduation #Pride #Jordan #LoveJO,” the 45-year-old Rania captioned the photograph. The queen is a keen Instagram and Twitter user, and regularly keeps her followers updated with her family’s milestones.

According to the state media service, Abdullah returned home soon after the graduation ceremony on Sunday. The couple just returned from an official visit to Belgium where they met with their counterparts King Philippe and his wife Queen Mathilde. The foursome participated in a gala dinner in honor of Rania and Abdullah in the Laeken Palace, Brussels Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Crown Prince Hussein, who will celebrate his 22nd birthday on June 28, holds the title of  first lieutenant in the Jordanian Armed Forces. The first of four siblings, Hussein majored in international history at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. The 21-year-old is not the first member of the Jordanian royal family to attend Georgetown University. His dad, Abdullah attended the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown in 1987.