The New Zealand Prime MinisterAnd Jacinda Ardern, I sent a direct message to the country about the changes to Restrictions due to COVID-19 When he heard an unexpected voice say “Mom?”
Snow Jacinda Ardern’s 3-year-old daughterShe woke up determined that her mother would take care of her and not the affairs of the state. “You’ve got to be in bed, honey,” said the 41-year-old at midday. Facebook Live Streaming.
The girl answered, “No,” insisting on calling her mother.
“It’s bedtime, honey, get back in bed. I’ll see you in a second,” said Ardern, who apologized with a smile as the letter resumed.
Well, bedtime didn’t work out. I thought it would be a good time to do Facebook LiveDoes anyone else miss babies three, four times after sleep? Fortunately my mother is here to help,” Ardern said.
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“Well, where have we been?” The Prime Minister asked to resume her speech, but at that moment the children’s voice was heard again: “Why are you taking so long?”
“Sorry baby, it’s been so long,” Ardern concluded. “Okay, sorry everyone, I’m going to put Neff to bed because it’s getting late for her. Thanks for joining me.”
This isn’t the first time Neve has gotten attention. In 2018, Ardern became the second first Minister The world to give birth in office, after Pakistani Benazir Bhutto, after which Neve was brought to the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
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