New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's baby daughter has made a splash at the United Nations, sitting in on a meeting with her mother.
Ms Ardern is among world leaders at the UN General Assembly in New York this week and has had daughter Neve, born in June, in tow.
While the prime minister spoke at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit on Tuesday (AEST), Neve got a front-row seat on father Clarke Gayford's lap, catching the eye of cameras. She earlier watched proceedings with her mum.
Having become the second woman to give birth in elected office - and the first to take maternity leave - earlier this year, 38-year-old Ms Ardern has drawn the attention of global media during the visit.
It marks the first time a female leader has brought an infant along to a general assembly meeting.
Ms Ardern also spoke about motherhood during the first of her scheduled high-profile US television appearances, on the Today Show .
"You don't know until you are there of course, but it's met my expectations, the joy though has far surpassed my expectations," she said.
However, she joked that taking a three-month-old on the 17-hour flight to New York felt about "on-par" with the pressure of running a country.
"There's that look you get when you walk onto a plane with a little one, that stare you get from other passengers ... I did actually apologise in advance."
Meanwhile, Mr Gayford - now a full-time dad travelling with the prime minister - on social media posted photos of a mock ID card that had been made up for Neve by staff at the UN, listing her title as "first baby" of New Zealand.
He also had a story to tell about Neve's first diplomatic incident.
"I wish I could have captured the startled look on a Japanese delegation inside UN yesterday, who walked into a meeting room in the middle of a nappy change," he said.
"Great yarn for her 21st [birthday]."