Ardern and Gayford to marry in Gisborne

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that she and her fiancé Clarke Gayford will be married in Gisborne.

At this stage the date has been set but this will remain private at the moment.

Gayford proposed to Ardern over Easter weekend in 2019 on a hilltop in Mahia, which lies between Napier and Gisborne. 

However she said they would tell everyone soon because: “accommodation is slightly limited in Gisborne”.

Ardern did say that the wedding will take place at some time this summer.

She also hinted that the ceremony might be somewhat untraditional, saying that she felt “a bit too old to have a bridal party”.

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