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Jacinda Ardern makes final address as prime minister before Chris Hipkins replaces New Zealand PM


Jacinda Ardern has donned a traditional Maori outfit as she delivered an emotional final address as New Zealand’s prime minister.

Ms Ardern said on Tuesday she was ‘ready to be a sister and a mum’ as she prepares to step down from her role as leader of the country.

She described her successor Chris Hipkins as a ‘personable, down to earth and practical’ man and encouraged Kiwis to call him by his endearing nickname. 

‘You know me as “Aunty”, I hope you know him as “Chippy” (his nickname in parliament). He is personable, down to earth and practical with tools,’ she said.

Jacinda Ardern has donned a traditional Maori outfit as she delivered an emotional final address as prime minister

Jacinda Ardern has donned a traditional Maori outfit as she delivered an emotional final address as prime minister

Ms Ardern said on Tuesday she was 'ready to be a sister and a mum' as she prepared to step down from her role as leader of the country

Ms Ardern said on Tuesday she was ‘ready to be a sister and a mum’ as she prepared to step down from her role as leader of the country

Ms Ardern will head to government house on Wednesday morning to resign her commission, with Mr Hipkins to be sworn in as prime minister soon after.

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