– The Prime Minister’s three-year-old daughter interrupts live on video
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacintha Artern explained the most important corona changes live on Facebook in the evening. But her little daughter had other plans.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinta Artern interrupted her three – year – old daughter Neve during an evening live video on Facebook. As a video that became a hit on the Internet, Artern was due to announce major changes to Corona’s operations on Monday evening for those who missed the press conference that day. She interrupted in the daughter’s voice: “Mom?” Asked three-year-old Neve. “You should be in bed, my dear,” the 41-year-old turned away from the camera for a moment.
However, the head of state’s daughter did not feel ready for bed for long. “No,” she said firmly. Artern tried to reassure him: “It’s time to go to bed, darling. Go back to bed.” I’ll be back to you in a little while, ”she smiled and apologized to the audience.
“Does anyone else have children who get out of bed three or four times after bed?” Artern tried to get back to the matter after his daughter went back to bed. After a while, Neve was back at her feet: “What took so long?” She wanted to know.
Artern finally broke the video and said goodbye to the audience: “Okay, sorry. I will go now and put you back to bed. Because she has a good time going to bed. Thanks for joining me. “
Artern became a mother in office in June 2018 – becoming the second head of government globally. As a three-month-old baby, Neve and his mother attended the UN in New York.