New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is engaged to her longtime partner, Clarke Gayford.
Jacinda Ardern is said to have gotten engaged to Clarke Gayford in the beach town of Mahia on the country’s North Island over Easter weekend.
Ardern can now be noticed wearing a ring on her middle finger.
Gayford is a host on a television fishing show called Fish of the Day and he is their daughter’s main caregiver.
Ardern, 38, and Gayford, 41, who have a daughter Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford together, met at a restaurant awards event in 2012, according to the New Zealand news website Stuff.
Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford was born in June 2018. Ardern is the second elected head of state ever to give birth while in office (after Pakistan’s Benazir Bhutto) and the first world leader to bring a baby to the U.N. General Assembly.
Ardern is the PM who banned semi-automatic guns six days after a terror attack in Christchurch. She announced that the military style weapons, like the ones used in the attack that left 50 people dead, will no longer be allowed in the country. will no longer be allowed in the country.
Semi-automatic weapons, assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and parts that can convert guns into military style weapons are included in the ban.