New Zealand's "First Baby" celebrates her first birthday tomorrow.
A year on from being welcomed into the world, Neve Ardern Gayford had a first 12 months to remember, including a special visit to the United Nations on mum (and Prime Minister) Jacinda Ardern's trip to the Big Apple.
The Prime Minister was asked what was more difficult: running a nation, or a 17-hour flight with her newborn?
"It felt at the time on par, I have to say," Ms Ardern said.
"But between Clarke and I, we managed it. She is a good baby."
Baby Neve was the first born to a sitting New Zealand Prime Minister, and just the second in the world after Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto.
TVNZ1's Seven Sharp reviewed the year that was in the video above.