New Zealand’s former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern married her longtime partner Clarke Gayford in a private ceremony on Saturday, finally tying the knot after canceling ceremonies during strict Covid-19 controls she imposed on the country.
She became a global icon for left-leaning politics and women in leadership as prime minister from 2017 to January last year. Ardern, one of just two women to have a baby as national leaders, took her daughter to a United Nations meeting.
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Ardern for the past six months has been undertaking three fellowships at Harvard University. 슬롯게임
She is a trustee of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize and a special envoy for the Christchurch Call – a network seeking to “eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online”. It was set up after a massacre targeting Muslims, for which Ardern’s sympathetic response won applause. 온라인슬롯
In her final speech in parliament, Ardern told Gayford, a New Zealand television presenter, “Let’s finally get married.” The couple’s daughter Neve, is five years old. 안전공원