New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern brought forth an infant baby girl in an Auckland hospital Thursday, ending up just the second world leader to do as such while in office.
“I’m certain we’re experiencing the majority of the feelings unexperienced parents experience, yet in the meantime feeling so appreciative for all the thoughtfulness and all the best from such a significant number of individuals. Much obliged to you,” the 37-year-old said in an announcement.
She included that both mother and baby girl were good.
The 37-year-old has followed in the strides of the late Pakistan PM Benazir Bhutto, who in 1990 turned into the first lady in written history to conceive an offspring while in power.