New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has decided to get married after stepping down from the Prime Ministership.
In a lengthy post shared on social networking site Facebook, Jacinda Ardern said I will continue to work for New Zealand but now I want to spend time with my family.
After stepping down from the Prime Ministership, she has decided to give time to her daughter and plans to marry her fiance Clarke.
Jacinda Ardern says that my family is the one who has made the most sacrifices.
She said that this year my daughter’s school is going to start, and now I will be with her.
It should be noted that Jacinda got engaged to a man named Clark from radio in May 2019, with whom she also has a daughter.
Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Giffold met 9 years ago when Clarke came to Parliament to lodge her complaint regarding a legal change. Clarke Giffold is a radio show host.
After this impromptu meeting, Jacinda and Clarke, then a budding Labor politician, had a few coffees and soon decided to move in together.
It should be remembered that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, has announced her resignation at the party’s annual meeting and will not contest the next election.
Jacinda Ardern holds the distinction of being the world’s youngest female ruler, having been elected Prime Minister in 2017 at the age of 37.
During her tenure, Jacinda Ardern led New Zealand through the 2019 global coronavirus pandemic.