Up to date: Oct 15, 2019 08:17 IST
New Delhi [India], Oct 14 (ANI): The Queen of Netherlands Queen Maxima was dressed as much as the nines in a cultured saree robe as she attended a banquet hosted by President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday night at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
On a five-day go to to the nation, the Queen displayed sartorial class on the occasion – a robe specifically tailor-made out of saree given by her mother-in-law.
Combining magnificence with class, the Queen fantastically draped the completely customised off-shoulder Parsi Gaara embroidery child pink saree.
The Gaara thread work accomplished in ivory white, blue and mauve on the robe made it look much more in tune with the event.
Displaying her royal facet, Queen Maxima wore a diamond tiara completely fitted onto her neatly tied hair. She accessorised her look with a pair of diamond earrings and bracelet.
Earlier within the day, King Willem-Alexander and Queen met President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi within the nationwide capital.
Upon their arrival on Sunday night time, Willem-Alexander and Maxima got a conventional welcome on the airport the place a number of officers lined as much as obtain them.
Other than the official programme in Delhi, the King and the Queen may also go to Mumbai and Kerala.
The royal couple will attend the inaugural session of the 25th Expertise Summit in New Delhi. The Netherlands is the associate nation for the occasion. India and The Netherlands have a bilateral commerce turnover of USD 12.87 billion (2018-2019).
The Netherlands is the fifth largest investor in India with a cumulative funding of USD 23 billion between 2000 and 2017.
The Netherlands is residence to a 235,000 sturdy Indian diaspora, the most important in mainland Europe.
The go to is predicted to spice up financial and political cooperation between the 2 nations. (ANI)
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