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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Vogue calls Ardern ''the Anti-Trump"

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has made an appearance in the American edition of renowned fashion magazine Vogue.


    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has graced the pages of Vogue magazine, where she has been described as "the Anti-Trump".

    An article in the renowned fashion magazine's latest American edition about the 37-year-old describes her as "young, forward-looking, and unabashedly liberal".

    The article - which includes interviews and a photo shoot - covers parts of last year's election, Ms Ardern's first days in office and news of her pregnancy, among other topics.

    Ms Ardern is pictured at Bethells Beach, west of Auckland.

    She told reporters on Thursday she had "hummed and hawed' about whether to do the article over the summer, but ultimately decided it would give New Zealand some exposure.

    "You get called a lot of things when you're in politics. I don't try to keep a tally," she said of the Anti-Trump title.

    Articles about British Prime Minister Theresa May and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have previously appeared in Vogue.

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