Dominic was born in French Algeria in 1953 and married the current president of Côte d'Ivoire Alassane Ouattara in 1991. Despite the fact that the husband is Muslim, Dominica remained priverzhenka Christianity. Before marriage she was a successful businesswoman in real estate, the owner and CEO of various companies, but moved away from business after her husband became president. In 2012, Dominic was appointed head of the National Committee to Combat Trafficking in children and child labor, and it still is an important figure in the government of Côte d'Ivoire.
9. Michelle Obama (USA)
Michelle Obama, without a doubt, today is one of the most influential women in the world. The first in the history of the United States are African American First Lady has become a role model for women around the world. It has not only excellent taste but also a sharp mind - Michelle graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Law School, who are the most prestigious educational institutions in the United States and worked as a lawyer for a long time.
8. Princess Lalla Salma (Morocco)
The wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco was born in 1978 in the family of a school teacher and was orphaned early as three years, after which it took on the education of my grandmother. Lalla trained as an engineer of information systems and worked in this capacity until his marriage to the king. Princess Lalla Salma actively engaged in health issues and has represented the country and her husband during their visits to other countries.
7. Queen Jetsun Pema (Bhutan)
The future queen of Bhutan was born in 1990, making her the youngest first lady in this list. Jetsun Pema, who is called the Queen of Bhutan Dragons, graduated from the College Regents in London, where she studied international relations, psychology, art and history. When Queen Jetsun tired of his duties First Lady, she actively supports and even taking part in any activities relating to the arts, painting and basketball.
6. Sylvia Bongo Ondimba (Gabon)
A native of Paris as a child had a lot of travel around the world - first her family moved from France to Cameroon, then to Tunisia, and only nine years later Sylvia was in Gabon, a country where she received her education, and her mother - a job Secretary at the future son-in . Sylvia was married to Ali Ben Bongo Ondimba in 1989, and twenty years later, when her husband was elected president of Gabon became the first lady.
5. Angélica Rivera (Mexico)
First Lady of Mexico's famous long before I met her husband through a significant role in the Mexican series "Simply Maria", is well acquainted with the Russian audience. The future first lady, model, actress and singer was born on August 2, 1969 in Mexico City. She was married to renowned producer Jose Alberto Castro, from whom she had three children, but the couple divorced in 2008. In 2010 married Enrique Peña Nieto, Governor of the State of Mexico, which in 2012 became president of Mexico.
4. Asma al-Assad (Syria)
Syrian first lady was born on August 11, 1975 in a Syrian family in London. Most of his childhood and youth spent in the UK, where she received her bachelor's degree in computer science and a degree in French literature. Before the wedding, with the Syrian president in the year 2000, she worked in the field of international investment.
3. Mehriban Aliyeva (Azerbaijan)
Mrs born in Baku on August 26, 1964 in one of the most influential families in the country. She graduated from high school with honors and entered the Azerbaijan State Medical Institute, but continued training only after she married Ilham Aliyev and had her first child. In 1988 she graduated with honors first MGMU Sechenov. For a time she worked at the Moscow Research Institute of Eye Diseases, and then established a cultural-historical magazine "Heritage of Azerbaijan" and became its editor. Mrs - the most powerful woman in Azerbaijan, and its beauty is only reinforces this role.
2. Queen Leticia (Spain)
The future queen of Spain was born September 15, 1972 in the family of a journalist and a nurse. She graduated from one of the oldest universities in Madrid with a Bachelor and Master of Journalism. Prior to his marriage to the King of Spain Philip VI was a famous journalist, news anchor and, thanks to its magnificent beauty, the favorite of the audience.
1. Queen Rania (Jordan)
Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan - the embodiment of the ideal of beauty and the First Lady. Born in Kuwait August 31, 1970 in the family pediatrician. With the success attended this school, then he enrolled in the American University of Cairo, where she graduated with a degree in business administration. Before marriage with the heir to the throne in 1993, Jordan has worked in major international banks Citibank and representative of Apple in Amman. In 2011 he received the title of the most beautiful first lady in the world by the magazine Harpers & Queen, and the Italian fashion guru Giorgio Armani once admitted that it Rania is the muse of his life. Queen of Jordan is also known worldwide for their active political position - it defends the rights of women, protect the Palestinian community, conducting large-scale campaign to combat child abuse and participates in various activities related to the issues of health, education, microfinance and intercultural dialogue .