Queen Maxima dolls up in beige dress to meet Indian alumni from the Netherlands

New Delhi (India), Oct 15 (ANI): As Queen Maxima of the Netherlands met Indian alumni from the Dutch country, she donned a beige dress with a disc hat adding charm to the look.On the second day of her visit to India, the Queen seemingly matched the hues of Safdarjung Tomb where she met the Indian alumni from the Netherlands.The knee-length beige outfit brought out the sassy side of the Queen who accessorised her tresses with a fascinating large disc hat. The cherry-red hat perfectly added an extra oomph to the Queen’s classy outfit.On Monday, the Queen attended a banquet hosted by President Ram Nath Kovind wearing a specially tailored pink saree gown.The Gaara thread work done in ivory white, blue and mauve on the gown made it look even more in tune with the occasion.Even more, she displayed her royal side wearing a diamond tiara perfectly fitted onto her neatly tied hair.Queen Maxima and the king of the Netherlands, Willem-Alexander were given a traditional welcome at the airport where several officials lined up to receive them, upon their arrival on Monday.Apart from the official programme in Delhi, the King and the Queen will also visit Mumbai and Kerala.The royal coupl...

Pandora apologizes to bride whose husband was left ‘humiliated’ by store worker

Pandora apologized to a bride after a store employee scoffed at her engagement and wedding ring because they cost $130 (above)  Pandora has apologized to a bride and groom who were left humiliated by one of its store workers when they made fun of a set of $130 wedding rings as the couple was buying them.  Speaking to DailyMail.com on Wednesday, Ariel McRae confirmed the company had been in touch to offer its apologies after her Facebook post about its staff’s treatment of her went viral.  ‘Pandora has reached out to me and offered me their sincerest apologies and I accepted,’ the 22-year-old student said.  It came after an incident in a Tennessee store while Ariel and her husband Quinn were shopping for a cubic zirconium and sterling silver ring ahead of their wedding.  As the bride tried them on, a store assistant scoffed: ‘Can you believe that some men get these as engagement rings? How pathetic.’   Mrs McRae, who is studying to be a K-6 teacher, penned a heartfelt Facebook post about the experience in which she described telling the woman afterwards that it wasn’t a ring’s size or cost that mattered but ‘the love that went into...