New Zealand Speaker Trevor Mallard Becomes Babysitter During Debate

New Zealand House of Representatives Speaker Trevor Mallard and Baby Tūtānekai Smith-Coffey, the son of Labour MP Tamati Coffey and his husband Tim Smith, had some bonding time in parliament on Wednesday. Mallard held and bottle fed the baby boy while presiding over a debate in the House.

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