Verses 128b - 133b of Chapter 43, Sristi Khanda, Padma Purana describes conversation of Narada with Himavat, Mena and Goddess Parvati and Indra was also present with them. When Narada was talking to Himavata, Mena and Parvati enters the room. (translated by Dr. N.A Deshpande and Sanskrit manuscript is Venkateswara Edition).
126-128a. When the divine sage was speaking these words with respect,
Mena, the queen of Mountain Himalaya, who was followed by her
daughter, who had a few friends and attendants (with her), and who was
humble due to bashfulness and courtesy, entered, with a desire to see
the sage, the house, where the best and restrained sage was staying
with the Mountain.
128b-129a. Joining her lotus-like hands and concealing her face the
beloved of the Mountain saluted the sage, a heap of lustre.
129b-130a. The divine sage, of matchless lustre, having seen the
magnanimous lady, congratulated her with blessings resembling the
stream of nectar.
130b-131a. Then the respectable daughter of the Himalaya mountain,
whose mind was amazed, saw the sage Narada of a wonderful form.
131b-133a. The sage also addressed her with (these) affectionate
words: "Come, O daughter". But embracing the father, she sat on his
lap. The mother said to the respectable girl: "O daughter, salute the
revered sage, blessed with penance. (Thereby) you will obtain a
husband of your liking".
133b-135. Thus addressed by her mother, she, having covered her face
with her garment and with her head slightly trembling, did not utter
any word. Then the mother again said these words to her daughter: "O
daughter, salute the divine sage. I shall give you a fine jewelled
toy, which I have kept (aside) fora longtime."