With Delhi in the midst of a heat wave with temperatures reaching the high 40s many will be doing away with layers.
But it seems that Queen Maxima was still a little chilly despite the blazing heat.
The Queen of the Netherlands stepped out in an elegant baby blue sleeveless dress for her meeting in the Indian city on Monday.
But as soon as she took her seat for her meeting with a local representative of the UN, Maxima, 47, could be seen wrapping up in a shawl.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looked her elegant best as she headed for a UN meeting in Delhi on Monday
The mother-of-three appeared to be suffering from the cold, likely due to the air conditioning, as she covered up in the chic patterned pashmina.
She opted for various metallic accessories in the form of bangles, a belt and silver pumps for her engagement today.
In light of the high temperatures, the Argentinian-born royal swept her golden tresses into a low chignon as she headed for her meeting.
Despite the country experiencing a heatwave Maxima appeared to be a little chilly, wrapping up in a chic shawl
The mother-of-three could be seen unfolding the printed pashmina as she took her seat ahead of the meeting
It is likely that the air conditioning was leaving the Dutch royal a little cold as the Indian city is currently seeing temperatures above 40
The Dutch Queen was paying a visit to the local coordinator and representative of the UN, Yuri Afanasiev.
The royal came armed with various notebooks in preparation of her meeting today and appeared in high spirits as she was greeted by dignitaries.
She took her seat next to Afanasiev and Eric Duflos, before giving a short speech before representatives of the UN.
The royal came armed with various notebooks in preparation of her meeting today and appeared in high spirits as she was greeted by dignitaries
She could be seen shaking hands with Yuri Afanasiev local coordinator and representative of the UN
Maxima took her seat next to Afanasiev and Eric Duflos, before giving a short speech before representatives of the UN
She is visiting India at the invitation of the government and in her capacity as special advocate of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for inclusive financing for development.
The Dutch royal is a UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development and Honorary Patron of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion.
Appointed the role in 2009, she advises the Secretary-General, and works worldwide to make financial services accessible to all, including low-income groups.
Later on Monday, Maxima met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for state discussions.
She added an elegant topaz and diamond brooch to the collar of her dress in honour of the occasion.
Later on Monday, Maxima met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for state discussions
She did away with an outfit change, simply adding a topaz brooch to her ensemble in honour of the occasion
The pair enjoyed talks on global development finance, a subject close to the queen’s heart