Jacinda Ardern had already put her three-year-old Neff to sleep, but the girl called her
Prime Minister New ZealandAnd Jacinda Ardern, I had a Facebook Live that was interrupted by a cute moment: Neff, Jacinda’s three-year-old daughter, called her after getting out of bed. “Mom?” Neff asks. “You should be in bed, honey,” replies Jacinda. “It’s bedtime, my dear. Go to bed, I’ll see you in seconds,” he added, apologizing to the audience. “Well, bedtime didn’t work out. I thought it would be a good time to do a live stream on Facebook, and that would be nice and safe,” the New Zealand prime minister joked. “Do anyone else’s kids get up three or four times after bed? Fortunately, my mother is here to help,” he celebrated. When she was interrupted, Ardern was making a statement to the nation on changes to restrictive measures against Covid-19.
“Well, where have we been?” Jacinda said, before her daughter interrupted her again. “What is taking so long?” asked Neff. “Sorry baby, it took so long. Well, sorry guys. I’m going to put Nev to bed because it’s getting late for her. Thank you for joining me,” said the Prime Minister, at the end of the broadcast. The girl was born in 2018, when Jacinda was Already in office, and she really grabbed attention in 2020, when her mother took her to the United Nations General Conference in New York – at which time, Neve Bishara won the organizing of the event.In the live broadcast, Jacinda commented on the precautions needed to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in Oakland, The country’s largest city, where shopping, bookstores, museums and zoos were allowed to reopen after three months.
“Well, bedtime was a fiasco, right?” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern joked on her Facebook Live that she was interrupted when she tried to persuade her daughter to go back to bed pic.twitter.com/lr4Gsy3hfz
– Reuters November 10, 2021