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Juggling duties, New Zealand leader brings baby to UN


September 27, 2018

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Jacinda Ardern knows all about juggling her role as a mother with the requirements of her job.

The prime minister of New Zealand has brought her infant daughter to the United Nations' annual gathering of world leaders. Mother and daughter have been spotted together inside the assembly hall.

She says she's a breastfeeding mother and needs to keep her daughter nearby.

"I'm combining my role as a mum and also as a leader and it is entirely possible to do both," Arden said Wednesday. "She comes to functions with me. So, politicians love holding babies."

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