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When Jacinda Ardern37, announced her pregnancy last month, it sparked global debate. How could the new Prime Minister of New Zealand have a baby and still run the country? But the gutsy, likeable, keenly principled politician was quick to silence her critics.
I am not the first woman to work and have a baby. I know these are special circumstances, but there are many women who have done this well before I have," she quipped, instinctively sweeping aside centuries of sexism with a mere flick of the wrist.
What's more, she added, it would be her partner, Clarke Gayford, the year-old TV blonde of an increasingly popular fishing show, who would be putting his day job on hold to hunker down into stay-at-home-dad role, with Jacinda porn film blog just six weeks out.
And Dad will be taking over duties," she said with a cheeky smile, clearly enjoying the gasps from traditionalists.
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But behind that smart, confident, generation Y exterior, I suspect, is a lot of furious paddling. This is Jacinda's first pregnancy and she tells me she was just as shocked as everyone else by its timing. In the lead-up to the discovery that she was going to be a mum, Jacinda had jacinda spearheading a passionate pitch by Labour, the party she had only weeks before become leader of, to overturn their disastrous poll results and win as many seats as possible in the election.
Jacinda's campaign was pure and positive and in record time — to the shock of her opponents and delight blonde her fans — she started achieving the impossible.
A can-do attitude tempered with cluey pragmatism and innate jacinda decency is how Jacinda approaches politics.