It’s a sweet moment, Jacinda’s daughter interrupted the Prime Minister while she gave an update on New Zealand’s Covid outbreak.

  • Jacinda’s Facebook Live Video about Covid Restrictions was cut short by Jacinda Ardern 
  • New Zealand Prime Minister provides an update to her 3-year-old daughter when she asked for it
  • Viewers were able to see Ms. Ardern’s apology as she dismissed the incident as a failure at bedtime.
  • Neve returned to her mother a short time later and demanded why she was so slow 

Jacinda Ardern’s beautiful daughter stole the show, staying up late to crash her mom’s Covid-19 briefing.

New Zealand’s Prime Minister posted a Facebook Live video on Monday night from his home in New Zealand to inform Kiwis of changes made by cabinet during the Delta outbreak.

Covid-ravaged Auckland will see restrictions ease from Wednesday, with locks expected to be phased off within the next few weeks. 

Neve, three year old, can be heard calling out Mummy just three minutes after Ms Ardern posted her Facebook Live update.

Three-year-old Neve, pictured with her mum, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stayed up past her bedtime on Monday night

Neve, three-year-old, was pictured together with Jacinda, New Zealand Prime Minster.

“You are meant to be in bed darling,” Ms Ardern said, while Neve listened.

“It’s bedtime, darling. Pop back to your bed. I’ll be there in a moment. Okay? Nanny will help you get down to sleep.

Ms Ardern’s mom takes the baby back to his bed.

The Prime Minister apologized to the viewers, and laughed at the interruption.

She said, “Sorry, everyone. I thought: Here’s a minute, I will do a FacebookLive, it’s nice and secure.

“Does anybody else have children who get away three to four times after their bedtime?” My mum is here, thankfully.

Jacinda Ardern (pictured) did a Facebook Live video on Monday night but was interrupted twice by her three-year-old

Jacinda Ardern (pictured), did a Facebook Live on Monday night. However, she was twice interrupted by her three year-old daughter

Neve comes back to her mom a little later to ask what was wrong with her mum not coming up to good night.

“I’m sorry, darling. It is so slow, okay?” Ms Ardern answered.

To conclude the briefing, she then returns her focus to viewers. 

She said, “I’m sorry, everyone. I’m going to just pop Neve back into bed because she is far past bedtime.”

Ms. Ardern plans to conduct an “extended and uninterrupted version” (Facebook Live Chat) in the next few days.

New Zealand’s most populous city was locked down for almost three months. Since August, there have been nearly 4500 arrests. 

Clarke Gayford was Ms. Ardern’s eight-year partner and welcomed Neve Te Aroha into their lives in June 2018.

It is the first time since Benazier Bangto’s 1990 that a female politician has ever had a baby while she was in office.

The New Zealand Prime Minister (pictured) laughed off the incident as a bedtime fail

New Zealand’s Prime Minister, (pictured), laughed at the incident and called it a “bedtime disaster”.

Jacinda Ardern posted a Covid briefing from home, thinking daughter Neve was fast asleep

Jacinda Ardern sent a Covid briefing to her home thinking that Neve was still asleep.

Last week Mr Gayford revealed details of their forthcoming wedding.

While the date is not known, they have made it clear that the couple will be marrying this summer at Gisborne in the North Island.  

A keen angler and fisherman, Fish of the Day TV host suggested that a seafood buffet will be prepared at the reception depending on the weather conditions and the catch of the day.

I hope so. Gayford said that they will watch how things turn out, as reported by AM.

“I believe it.” It’s still going on, I believe.

He confirmed the wedding will be held in Gisborne and ruled out the New Years long weekend which coincides with Rhythm and Vines, New Zealand’s biggest music festival.

“I believe so. Gayford said that he believes it is still being done.

‘We are all worried about R&V and events and we’ve got a goal to work towards so fingers crossed.’

Jacinda Ardern (left) and Clarke Gayford have been together since 2013 and are parents to three-year-old Neve Te Aroha

Clarke Gayford (left) is married to Jacinda Ardern and they have three-year old Neve Te Aroha.