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New Zealand House Speaker Feeds Lawmaker’s Baby During Parliament Debate [Video]

The top lawmaker is seen feeding a colleague’s baby while presiding over a debate during plenary.

One of New Zealand’s top lawmakers is getting international acclaim after he was filmed cradling and feeding a fellow lawmaker’s new baby during a debate in Parliament.

Trevor Mallard, the speaker of New Zealand’s House of Representatives, was seen the viral video smiling as he held on the baby and fed him with a bottle while presiding over a parliamentary session.

Mallard posted a photo of himself on Twitter holding lawmaker Tāmati Coffey’s one-month-old boy while on duties.

“Normally the Speaker’s chair is only used by Presiding Officers, but today a VIP took the chair with me. He congratulated Coffey, a fellow Labour lawmaker, and his partner on the new member of their family.

 

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