Rather than focusing on a moot with the extreme importance of the Nuclear Security Summit, world leaders gathered at The Hague seemed rather distracted by Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, who hosted the event along with her husband King Williem Alexander.
The two-day nuclear security summit hosted 58 world leaders, 5,000 delegates and 3,000 journalists; but at least six heads of state seemed a little preoccupied with matters other than nuclear security.
Here are the culprits caught in the act:
U.S. President Barack Obama
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron
France's President Francois Hollande
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Switzerland's President Didier Burkhalter
China's President Xi Jinping
Doesn’t this remind you of Nelson Mandela’s funeral?
Well she is a beautiful woman and hard to ignore.
We feel bad for the King though. In some of these pictures the poor is trying his best to get some attention, but to no avail. We have a feeling he’s used to it.
After all, there is more to his wife than just her looks. Not only is the queen fluent in Dutch, Spanish, English and basic French, but she is also a busy monarch.
She divides her time among several responsibilities including the integration of immigrants into Dutch culture. She also sits on various committees and boards and participating in conferences around the world, representing the Netherlands.
It’s not just the world leaders who find her fascinating. The Dutch people love her as well.
Their queen of Argentinean origins is an unconventional and compassionate woman. Queen Maxima is one of the few royals in the world to be an open supporter of gay rights and she once swam through freezing water for charity.
As the historian, Han van Bree puts it, "She is exotic, she has passion and sparkle and flamboyance and she doesn't try to be distant like Beatrix." "We love her for that, people can feel the authenticity," he adds.