She is the youngest of all the leaders in the world holding the post of Prime Minister of New Zealand at the age of 37.
Earlier she was the DJ which is a completely separate trait from what she does now.
She also performed in the Auckland’s Laneway music festival in 2014 and tried her hands at the 45 minute DJ set.
Her Instagram feeds reveal that she considered herself to be on a mission to abolish child poverty ever since she joined as a labour party leader.
However, Jacinda Ardern has always been a music lover and for her passion for music, she has performed in baggy singlet at the local record store.
Being a tune selector was her favourite idle time to pursue for a long time until she became active in politics. According to the digital content editor of Marie Clair, Isabelle Truman, Ms. Ardern prefers the term tune selector over DJ.
Ms. Truman also added the Jacinda has always been a lively woman with whom one can have a great time over a glass of wine and she has not changed owing to the respectable position that she has earned over the years.
Ms. Ardern did some campaigns back in her days to allow girls to wear trousers and it clearly shows her spirit of leadership that was there since the beginning.
She made her way to the labour party at a young age of 17 and also earned her way from working in a local fish shop. As a member of the labour Party, she volunteered many campaigns and knocked from door to door for handing flyers.
She became the youngest Labour MP in the year 2008 and swapped her casual attire with stylish suits.
Then she met Clarke Gayford, who is her present partner and a TV presenter. Clarke Gayford penned an issue to her concerning about a security bill which got debated in Parliament.
Earlier this year, Ms. Ardern announced her pregnancy that made her the first woman ever to have conceived while in office. Mr. Gayford is the proud father of the expected baby.
During her baby announcement in the month of January, she also added that she would remain the Prime minister and would assume the responsibilities of a mother whereas Mr. Clarke will be the stay-at-home dad.
Mr. Clarke also confirmed that Ms. Ardern will be back to her office six weeks after the birth of the baby which is due on June 17, 2019.
Ms. Ardern has also assured that she will arrange for other capable ministers to manage the terms during her absence in Parliament.
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