Jacinda Ardern red-faced as 3-year-old daughter crashes Facebook livestream ‘Time for bed’

Jacinda Ardern's daughter interrupts her Facebook live

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s three-year-old daughter interrupted her mother during a Facebook Livestream about changes to COVID-19 restrictions. The Prime Minister conducted tough negotiations to have little Neve go back to bed after she called out for her “mummy” during Ms Ardern’s live recording. The three-year-old’s unexpected political debut came as Auckland reopened malls as coronavirus restrictions ease. 

During the live stream, the Prime Minister can be seen talking from what appears to be a bed about proposed changes to Covid restrictions across New Zealand.

As she was saying about the rules, Never could be heard entering the room asking for her mum’s attention.

Turning towards the yougn girl, 

“It’s bedtime darling, pop into bed.

“I’ll come and see you in a second. I’ll come and see you in a minute.

“Nanny will take you down to bed. Thanks, Nana.”

She then turned her attention to the live stream and said: “That was a bedtime fail, wasn’t it?

“Sorry everyone, I thought ‘here’s a moment’, I’ll do a Facebook Live and we’d be nice and safe’.

“Does anyone else have kids that escape like three, four times after bedtime?

“Thankfully my mum is here so she can help out.”

The Prime Minister was conducting a live stream about shifting public health restrictions.

Last week, New Zealand reported more than 1,000 cases of COVID-19.

The outbreak remains centered on Auckland, producing over 90 per cent of daily cases

However, shops and malls in Auckland opened their doors open for the first time in three months today as the city gradually reopened. 

The hospitality sector remained shut.
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