New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden says that she and her partner Clarke Gayford have started planning a wedding. However, she is yet to fix the wedding date. He made the remarks in response to a question by reporters on Wednesday, according to the country’s New Zealand Herald.
40-year-old Arden, who was recently elected Prime Minister of New Zealand for the second time in a row, is in a relationship with Clark Gayford, a 44-year-old television presenter. They also have a two-year-old daughter. Arden and Gayford had an engagement at a family event last year.
Later, when Jasinder saw the ring on his left hand finger, a journalist sought to know about it in the Prime Minister’s Office and the engagement news was published. However, Jacinda Arden said that she would not marry before the last general election.
When asked about the wedding at a press conference in New Plymouth on Wednesday, Jasinda Arden responded with a smile, “Yes, you can tell that we have some plans – they are a little advanced. Some of our plans are to be extended. Need to be shared with family and friends before. “
The Labor Party, led by Jasinda Arden, won a resounding victory in the New Zealand general election last month. Jacinda Arden has been praised worldwide for her role in dealing with the Kovid-19 massacre and in healing ethnic wounds sustained after the indiscriminate killing of a white racist in a mosque last year.