New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has made her debut speech at theUN in New York - and in another first for the organisation she brought her babyalong too.
Ms Ardern played with daughter Neve Te Aroha on Monday, shortly beforeaddressing the UN's General Assembly.
Her partner Clarke Gayford, Neve's primary carer, held New Zealand's "firstbaby" while she spoke.
阿德恩发言时,娜芙由爸爸克拉克.盖福德( Clarke Gayford)抱着"旁听".
Ms Ardern is only the second elected leader to give birth while inoffice.
She made her debut speech at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit, where shehighlighted the former South African leader's "profound impact" on hercountry.
The New Zealand premier is currently breastfeeding three-month-old Neve,meaning "it was a very practical decision" to bring the infant on the six-dayinternational trip.
Neve is actually nearby me most of the time in New Zealand, Ms Ardern saidaccording to NZ's NewsHub.
"While the the prime minister attends UN meetings, Mr Gayford will take thelead in caring for the First Baby, as a UN ID card playfully described theinfant.
The PM told the New Zealand Herald she would bear the cost of her partner'stravel, as "he's primarily travelling to care for Neve".
Ms Ardern returned to work in early August after spending "the fastest sixweeks" of her life on maternity leave.
Prime Minister Ardern is showing that no one is better qualified torepresent her country than a working mother, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric toldReuters.
Just 5 per cent of the world's leaders are women, so we need to make themas welcome here as possible," he added.