Jordan's Queen Noor has invited Angelina Jolie to stay with her. The 57-year-old royal - who is the widow of King Hussein - is good friends with the Hollywood actress and has opened her home to the star during her stay in Amman.
A source told In Touch Weekly magazine: "Angelina will be staying with Her Majesty Queen Noor, who is a good friend of hers."
Angelina, who has been accompanied on the trip by her seven-year-old adopted son Maddox, is in Jordan to attend the 24th annual Arab Children's Congress.
The "Changeling" actress is a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and has supported the foundation for many years. It is believed the 34-year-old beauty is a guest of honor at the event.
The Arab Children's Congress will run until Saturday.
Angelina - who raises six children with her partner Brad Pitt - previously attended the event in 2004 and has visited Jordan on several occasions.
Angelina and Noor - who has four children - are believed to have bonded over their experiences of motherhood and their dedication to charitable and humanitarian campaigns.