Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won't give parenting advice to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won’t give any parenting advice to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who announced they’re expecting their first child last night.

Ms Ardern said she was looking forward to congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in person during their time in New Zealand, however. 

Kensington Palace announced the news that the latest royal baby will arrive in the northern spring. Source: Breakfast

She added that while she was grateful for all the tips she received while she was pregnant with Neve, not everyone was after advice.

“One thing that you learn is everyone’s got advice and I love that, I love that everyone has got something to share their tips and tricks,” she told TVNZ 1's Breakfast. 

“Not everyone necessarily will want advice.”

The new-born was on her best behaviour while her parents expressed their gratitude for the messages of support. Source: 1 NEWS

A laughing Ms Ardern said she was sure the royals would be doing a fair bit of co-parenting when asked if Prince Harry should be the stay-at-home dad. 

The Prime Minister said she will congratulate the expectant parents in person during their trip to New Zealand which starts later this month. Source: Breakfast