Three months ago, Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, gave birth to her daughter Neve while running the country.
Now, Ardern and baby Neve are making history at the UN general assembly.
On Sept. 24, Ardern brought Neve to the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit, and in the process, she became the first female world leader to bring an infant to the UN general assembly.
Baby Neve Te Aroha was born on June 21 in Auckland. Ardern took six weeks’ maternity leave and went back to work in early August.
Ardern delivered a speech while Neve was being held by her dad, Clarke Gayford, in the audience.
Neve got her own special UN ID badge for the day complete with a passport pic of her fast asleep. Thankfully Gayford tweeted out a pic of the (frankly adorable) badge.
Judging by the ID, Neve’s official title is “First Baby.”