New Zealand’s prime minister talks about being a new mom and world leader
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 38, is not only the youngest female head of state in the world. She’s also the first woman in nearly 30 years to give birth while in office. After welcoming her baby girl in June, the prime minister sits down with TODAY to talk about her life and career. “My appreciation for parents, mother and solo mothers … has increased tenfold,” Ardern says.
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