The New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has rejected the suggestion that her first face-to-face meeting in New Zealand with her Finnish counterpart, Sanna Martin, took place because they are both young female leaders and not for any political reasons.
From being asked about hair dye to being questioned about maternity leave, here are the many times Ardern has faced sexist questions from the media
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